US National Transportation Safety Board said yesterday that preliminary findings of its investigation into the Feb. 12 Colgan Air Q400 crash outside Buffalo reveal no pre-impact system failures or anomalies. The flight data recorder shows that the stall warning and protection system activated at an airspeed and angle of attack consistent with that expected for normal operations when the deice protection system is activated, the board said. The update on the investigation also noted that ...

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