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NTSB releases Tennessee accident report


BELLEVUE, Tenn. — The preliminary investigation conducted by the National Transportation Safety Board indicated the plane crash that killed four Kansans crashed nine miles from the John C. Tune Airport in Nashville.
The report indicates that the Gulfstream Commander 690C had received a periodic 150-hour maintenance inspection at Clarence E. Page Municipal Airport, Oklahoma City, Okla., on the day of the crash.
Pilot Glenn Mull flew the Gulfstream from Oklahoma City to Great Bend on Feb. 3 before three family members accompanied him on a trip to Nashville.
Here is the report released by the NTSB:
“On Feb. 3, 2014, about ...


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