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Boeing Software Re-Engaged Before Ethiopian Crash: Source

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Boeing Software Re-Engaged Before Ethiopian Crash: Source

Boeing Software Re-Engaged Before Ethiopian Crash: Source

Boeing anti-stall software forced down the nose of a doomed Ethiopian jet even after pilots had turned it off, sources told Reuters on Wednesday.

Investigators have scrutinized the role played by technology and crew in the fatal March 10 crash.

A preliminary Ethiopian report into the disaster is due to be published within days.

Sources say it may include evidence the software system kicked in as many as four times before the 737 MAX dived into the ground.

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