NTSB Still Working On 787 Battery Fire

The National Transportation and Safety Board has found signs of short-circuiting and thermal runaway in the lithium-ion battery that caught fire Jan. 7 on a Japan Airlines Boeing 787 on the ground at Boston Logan International Airport. But the safety board has not yet found any indications that the...

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