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Two firefighting planes collide while battling Nevada's Bishop Fire; FAA, NTSB investigating

USATODAY.com Friday, 31 July 2020
Two airplanes have collided while battling a 500-acre wildfire in southeastern Nevada, according to authorities.
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New Report Gives 'Disturbing Revelations' About Boeing 737 Max Crashes [Video]

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Lawmakers blame Boeing, FAA for 737 MAX failures [Video]

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