Grim Proof

The crash of a Hawker 800 at Owatonna, Minn., on July 31, 2008, that killed all eight persons aboard involved acute sleep loss, cumulative sleep debt and early start time for both the captain and first officer. The captain's health required excessive sleep and the first officer was suffering from...

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