NTSB Finds No Tire Issues, Pilot Warnings In CJ2+ SMO Crash

The National Transportation Safety Board is reviewing maintenance, medical records, pilot flying history and air traffic control records as part of its resumed investigation into the Sept. 29 crash of a Cessna Citation 525A (CJ2+) at Santa Monica Airport (SMO) in California, killing all four aboard...

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