Design Flaw Led to Glazer Plane Crash

Investigators have concluded a design flaw led to the September 2014 plane crash that killed developer Larry Glazer and his wife Jane. The report from the National Transportation Safety Board says a thermal switch had activated -- causing a shutdown of the engine air supply into the cabin pressurization system. Without the air supply there was no way to maintain the cabin pressure. Glazer was piloting his private plane, and suffered from hypoxia -- which is a loss of oxygen. He and his wife passed out, and the plane crashed off Jamaica.



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