|Quoting wanderlustlax (Reply 123):|
And why not quote her directly yourself when referring to these so-called casual factors instead of referring people to hours of online videos
Every fact the NTSB at this stage is a causal factor, they will need to do their analysis in due course on all the facts available to determine what was or was not important. They mentioned many causal factors, including the airport, ATC, the work/sleep history, qualifications, the automatics, the evacuation procedure, glare on final etc, too many to mention, you will need to watch them all to get an idea of the amount of information they were dealing with just at the preliminary stage.
By asking me to singe out particular causal factors, you are effectively asking me to come to a conclusion. I do not want to do that, I am keeping an open mind. The NTSB mentioned all those factors as well as they have kept an open mind.
In previous threads where I have referenced the briefings, I provided the time in the briefing where the comments were made, not posting news articles e.g.
"The NTSB briefing in the 30/31 min mark said fire did get in the cabin, cabin crew, pilots, and the ARFF were fighting it internally. Then later when describing the removal of the pinned cabin crew at R2
at the 32 min mark makes a slightly different statement."
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