US National Transportation Safety Board hearings commence today on the Feb. 12 Colgan Air Q400 crash outside Buffalo that killed 50 including one person on the ground, and a great deal of attention is expected to be focused on the flight captain's training and competence. Although icing initially was suspected in the accident, a report yesterday in The Wall Street Journal alleged that Capt. Marvin Renslow lacked adequate training to respond to a stall warning and inadvertently sent the ...

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