A witness told safety investigators that the Gulfstream G-IV that crashed on takeoff May 31 at Hanscom Field, Mass., never left the ground before it veered off Runway 11, traveled 2,000 ft. and burst into flames as it came to rest in a gully, the National Transportation Safety Board says. All seven people aboard were killed in the crash, including Lewis Katz, owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News and Philly.com. He was 72. The plane, N121JM, carried two pilots, a ...
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