“Ellen Engleman Conners, board member and former chair of the NTSB, said the plane was damaged in the crash, and the initial survey of what happened could take a couple of days. The plane would remain at the place where it crashed until at least Saturday, and possibly as long as Sunday, she said.
She added that the full investigation could take a year or more.”
Excuse me! Did she just say it could take a year or more to determine that ice on a runway might have caused a plane to skid off that runway; that it might take a year or more to figure that ice is slippery. Tell her to watch the opening scene from “True Lies” where the spy van is going sideways on the iced roads. God help us on something a little more complex. Here’s a life saving clue for them, when you turn on the stove, that orange coil thingie is very hot; don’t touch it or it will burn your fingers.