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Lion Air Boeing 737 Max jet reportedly nearly crashed the day before

CBS News Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Dramatic new details were revealed about the Lion Air Boeing 737 Max jet that crashed off Indonesia last October, killing 189 people. A report from Bloomberg says that same plane nearly crashed the day before, but an off-duty pilot who happened to be in the cockpit "told the crew how to disable a malfunctioning flight-control system, and save the plane." In a separate report, Reuters details the moments before the deadly crash. The cockpit voice recorder shows the pilots struggling to figure out why the jet continued to pitch downward.
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News video: Lion Air Cockpit Recording Shows Pilots Scoured Manuel For Fix

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Business Insider reports The pilots of a Lion Air Boeing 737 Max 8 plane which crashed in October 2018 desperately read an emergency handbook in an attempt to find a way to control the plane before its fatal accident. Both the captain and the first officer scoured the handbook to try and resolve...

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