A Texas jury awarded two families a combined $12 million in connection with the fatal 1994 crash of a Sea Link-operated Eurocopter AStar off Galveston, Texas, after a hydraulic servo in the main-rotor flight controls allegedly failed. The pilot was the sole survivor and testified that he lost control while the aircraft was cruising at 2,000 feet. Four passengers were killed. Two families previously settled a suit.
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