Montrose (AP)- The National Transportation Safety Board
might hold hearings on the charter–jet crash that killed the son of NBC executive Dick Ebersol and two other people. The twin–engine jet crashed in light snow and freezing temperatures at Montrose Regional Airport in November 2004. The crash killed 14–year–old Teddy Ebersol, pilot Luis Alberto Polanco and flight attendant Warren Richardson the third. Dick Ebersol, another son and the co–pilot were injured. NTSB investigator Arnold Scott says he submitted his report to the board last week and that he expects to testify at a board hearing. He wouldn't talk about his findings. NTSB spokesman Paul Schlamm says the board will decide within two weeks whether to hold a hearing.
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