First Officer Rebecca Shaw had been up for nearly 36 hr. prior to taking the right seat of the Colgan Air Q400 that crashed on the night of Feb. 12, the National Transportation Safety Board estimated at a hearing yesterday. Shaw, who commuted to her base in Newark from her home in Seattle, had left home on Feb. 11, transferring in Memphis after a few hours in the middle of the night and arriving in Newark the next morning for a departure that evening. The pilot, Capt. Marvin Renslow, had ...

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