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2005-12-23 18:51:16

MIAMI (Reuters) - A body plucked on Friday from the ocean off Florida's Key Biscayne was that of a victim of the seaplane crash earlier in the week off Miami Beach, authorities said.

2005-12-21 23:11:01

By Michael Christie MIAMI (Reuters) - Federal investigators raised the wreckage of a twin-engine seaplane from the seabed off Miami Beach on Wednesday and said they had found "fatigue cracks" that might have caused the aging aircraft to lose its right wing and crash, killing at least 19 people.

2005-12-21 18:03:10

By Michael Christie MIAMI (Reuters) - Federal investigators raised the wreckage of a twin-engine seaplane from the seabed off Miami Beach on Wednesday and said they found a "fatigue crack" that might have caused the aging aircraft to lose its right wing and crash, killing at least 19.

2005-12-21 10:09:48

MIAMI (Reuters) - A twin-engine seaplane that crashed just off Miami Beach, killing at least 19, had a "fatigue crack" that might have caused it to lose its right wing, federal investigators said on Wednesday.

2005-12-20 20:16:49

By Tom Brown MIAMI (Reuters) - A wing apparently separated from the fuselage of the twin-engine seaplane that crashed off Miami Beach, killing at least 19 people aboard as it plunged into the city's main shipping channel, a U.S. federal safety official said on Tuesday.

2005-12-20 17:03:51

By Tom Brown MIAMI (Reuters) - A wing apparently separated from the fuselage of the twin-engine seaplane that crashed off Miami Beach, killing at least 19 people aboard as it plunged into the city's main shipping channel, a U.S. federal safety official said on Tuesday.

2005-12-20 10:07:11

By Michael Christie MIAMI (Reuters) - U.S. federal investigators hoped to raise the fuselage of a seaplane from the seabed on Tuesday and reopen the Port of Miami to cruise ships a day after the aircraft crashed in flames, killing at least 19.

2005-12-20 09:54:48

By Michael Christie MIAMI (Reuters) - U.S. federal investigators hoped to raise the fuselage of a seaplane from the seabed on Tuesday and reopen the Port of Miami to cruise ships a day after the aircraft crashed in flames, killing at least 19.

2005-12-19 18:15:32

By Jim Loney MIAMI (Reuters) - A seaplane packed with passengers crashed in flames off Miami Beach and sank into the U.S. city's main shipping channel on Monday, killing at least 19 people, authorities said.


Word of the Day
upstander
  • A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
  • One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.
The word 'upstander' in the first sense here is a play on the word 'bystander' and the idea of 'standing up' for something.