said it opened an investigation into the April 19 "near collision" of a Southwest Airlines 737-700 and a Cessna 172 at the intersection of two active runways at Burbank. According to NTSB, the SWA 737-700 inbound from Oakland carrying 119 passengers and five crew "was landing on Runway 8 while a Cessna 172, in the departure phase of a 'touch and go' on Runway 15, passed over the 737." FAA said the two aircraft "came within 200 ft. vertically and 10 ft. ...

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