Pilots after Pence plane incident thought careers over: transcript

Pilots after Pence plane incident thought careers over: transcriptThe pilot and first officer of the plane carrying U.S. Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence that skidded off a runway in October 2016 thought the incident would end their careers, according to documents released on Thursday. The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board published transcripts of the cockpit voice recorders from the incident in which the Boeing 737-700 operated by Eastern Air Lines Group ran off the runway at LaGuardia Airport in New York. There were 37 passengers on the plane, including Pence, his wife, Karen, daughter Charlotte and 11 crew.



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