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ValuJet Flight 592 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (698 words)
Valujet Flight 592 was a flight that flew from Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida to Hartsfield International Airport (now known as Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport) in Atlanta, Georgia.
The NTSB investigation eventually determined that the source of the fire that downed flight 592 was a cargo compartment below the passenger portion of the plane.
A pop and jolt traced in the air traffic control tape was attributed to an aircraft tire (shipped with the oxygen generators) exploding in the high temperature fire.
VJ 592 Report (1967 words)
Of the many discrepancies in the NTSB factual reports, the most serious one, was that the radar track presented by the NTSB was false, incomplete, and led to incorrect conclusions as to the causes and circumstances of the accident.
ValuJet 592 was lost off the FAA radar 12 miles from the airport inbound for landing but the crash site is 17 miles from the airport.
Indeed, these pre-flight 592 electrical failures appear to have culminated in a series of major electrical failures, which was the initial reason the plane was attempting to return to Miami.
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