In light of the recent and unforuntate crash of the Pinnacle CRJ-200 in Jefferson City, MO and all the attention that the maintenance the aircraft received on its bleed air system in Little Rock before its last flight:
Could the bleed air system on a CRJ fail in such a way that it could cause on its own a dual engine failure?
My rudimentary knowledge of bleed air systems would lead me to say that on its own a bleed air system, unless it was an extremely unlikely event of two separate failures occuring nearly simulataneously, could cause a dual engine failure.
Please feel free to prove me wrong. I also wouldnt mind learning a bit about the bleed air system on the CRJ's while im at it.