US investigators finish much of AK crash site work

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August 13, 2010 11:07

 
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JUNEAU, Alaska – Us Federal investigators have finished much of their work at the site of the Alaska plane crash that killed former US Sen. Ted Stevens and four others, and have shifted focus to interviewing survivors and hoisting the wreckage from a steep mountainside.

National Transportation Safety Board Chairwoman Deborah Hersman said the focus now turns to interviews; tightening the timeline for details on the plane's departure, the realization it was missing, and search and rescue activities; and bringing the wrecked plane to a hangar for further inspection.

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