National Transportation Safety Board
The National Transportation Safety Board recommended that states should ban the use of cell phones and other electronic devices by all drivers except in the case of an emergency.
If you’ve driven the savage streets of South Florida, you’ve been behind a driver more focused on their cell phone than on driving. Now, the NTSB wants to put a stop to that.
A “jumper wire” improperly installed in a people mover train at Miami International Airport caused it to crash into a wall injuring six people almost three years ago, the National Transportation Safety Board concluded Tuesday.
Human error is to blame for a monorail crash that killed a Walt Disney World worker in 2009, according to a federal agency.
NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick and his wife Linda are back home in North Carolina after they suffered minor injuries Monday evening during an emergency landing at Key West International Airport.
Two people were killed when a small plane crashed near Homestead on Saturday. According to an FAA spokesperson, the single engine fixed wing aircraft known as an ultra light plane crashed under unknown circumstances at a private airstrip near Homestead just after 10:30 a.m.
A problem in the fuel system may been what led the pilot of a small plane to make an emergency landing on the Florida Turnpike earlier this month.
The number of close calls at our nation’s airports has climbed so dramatically it has gotten the attention of Congress; and that has prompted the FAA to try some high tech solutions on the ground at one local airport here in South Florida.
PEMBROKE PINES (CBSMiami) – Two people aboard a small private plane escaped serious injury Saturday morning when the plane failed to gain altitude on takeoff at North Perry airport, crashing into a fence at the […]
Karen Blocker’s dream cruise began disintegrating at dawn when her cabin started rattling “like an earthquake.” “I told my daughter: ‘This boat is not moving anymore. We’ve got to get out,’” Blocker said. She opened the door to find a hallway filled with smoke and crew members telling passengers to head for the lifeboats.