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  • Frozen speed sensors may have caused Russian plane crash, investigators say

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  • Moscow plane crash may have been caused by iced speed probes

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  • Doomed Russian Plane's Speed Gauges 'May Have Been Iced Up'

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  • Instruments Showing Wrong Speed May Have Caused Moscow Plane Crash: Probe

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  • Russian plane crash 'caused by pilot error on speed data'

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  • The Sorry State of Russian Aviation Safety

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  • Moscow plane crash: Pilot error may have caused Saratov 703 fatal accident, say Russian investigators

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  • Human error may have caused Russia plane crash, say ...

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    An emergency team works at the scene of the AN-148 plane crash in Stepanovskoye village. Photograph: Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations via AP Human error may be to blame for the Russian plane crash that killed 71 people, investigators said, noting that the plane’s pilots failed to turn on the heating unit for its measuring equipment, resulting in flawed speed data.

  • Pilot error may have caused Russian plane crash ...

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    Investigators say the crash of a Russian passenger plane that killed all 71 people on board may have been caused by the pilots' failure to activate heating for pressure measurement equipment, resulting in flawed speed data.

  • Human Error Probably Caused Russian Plane Crash

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    Human Error Probably Caused Russian Plane Crash Human error might have been the cause of the Russian plane crash Sunday that killed all 71 people on board, according to investigators . Russia's Interstate Aviation Committee says the crash happened minutes after pilots took the plane off autopilot after noticing conflicting speed data.

  • Russian plane crash may have been caused by human error ...

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    Human error may be to blame for the crash of a Russian plane that killed 71 people, Russian investigators say, noting that the pilots failed to turn on the heating unit for the plane's measuring equipment, resulting in flawed speed data.

  • Investigators say deadly Russia plane crash caused by ...

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    Investigators say the crash of a Russian passenger plane that killed all 71 people on board may have been caused by the pilots' failure to activate heating for pressure measurement equipment, resulting in flawed speed data.

  • Investigation underway to find out cause of Russian plane ...

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    As workers continue to scour the wreckage of Sunday's plane crash near Moscow, investigators say human error may be to blame. It's thought the pilots failed to enable the heating of pressure sensors before taking off, which caused wrong speed data to be displayed.

  • ‘Human error’ may have caused devastating Russian plane ...

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    ‘Human error’ may have caused devastating Russian plane crash Human error may be to blame for the Russian plane crash that killed 71 people, Russian investigators said Tuesday, noting that the plane’s pilots failed to turn on the heating unit for its measuring equipment, resulting in flawed speed data.

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