767 flying for Amazon crashes into Trinity Bay just east of IAH

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  1. jimntx

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    So Sad. Our prayers and thoughts are with the crew, their families and all Atlas Air employees.
     
  3. Jager

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    Why is they're no oil slick or fire?... Hmmmmmmmm
     
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    What are you implying here?
     
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    RIP to the 3 crew members. Thoughts n prayers n deepest sympathies to them their families n to the airline.
     
  7. jimntx

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    It's a socialist plot to blame it on dear Donald. Surely you could see that. If one of the 3 crew members had survived, he would have to apologize for not producing typical symptoms of a crash. The links I looked at seemed to mix oil slicks and debris in every link.
     
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    The 76's come into IAH that I worked usually land with 7-12k in fuel reserves depending on weather at time of departure..
     
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    I didn't say that there were no oil slicks. You are the one who suggested there were no visible oil slicks. That could simply be bad photography, and we have no info as to how much sun there was at the time the photos/films were taken. Oil slicks may not "shine" if the area was heavily overcast.
     

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