Federal investigators are pressing their efforts to determine what role more than 100 oxygen generators in ValuJet Airlines Flight 592's belly may have played in creating or intensifying the conditions that caused that aircraft to plunge into the Everglades. As U.S. National Transportation Safety Board officials continued their frustrating search last week for clues to the cause of the fire and smoke that apparently brought the ValuJet DC-9-32 down, Transportation Dept. officials ...

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