SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Nationwide Transportation Security Board is requesting quicker motion to right unsafe wiring present in a kind of small airplane that crashed in Northern California.
The Piper PA-31T was carrying a flight nurse, transport medic and affected person from Crescent Metropolis, close to the Oregon border, to Oakland on July 29 when the pilot reported smoke within the cockpit. All 4 died.
The board issued an pressing security suggestion Monday, asking the Federal Aviation Administration to problem a directive that might require obligatory motion and a shorter timeline for addressing the issue.
An FAA spokesman stated Tuesday that the company is working with Piper on potential further security actions.
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A spokeswoman for Piper did not return requests for comment.
There are more than 300 31T-series planes registered with the FAA.