National Transportation Safety Board said an examination of the right engine of the US Airways A320-200 that ditched safely in New York City's Hudson River last week "revealed evidence of soft body impact damage." Three variable guide vanes were fractured and two missing altogether along with the CFM56-5B4/P's electronic control unit. "Numerous internal components. . .were significantly damaged," NTSB said, and "what appears to be organic material" was found in the engine and on the wings ...

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