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  • Colgan Air Flight 3407, marketed as Continental Connection under a codeshare agreement with Continental Airlines, was a daily U.S. regional airline commuter flight from Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey to Buffalo Niagara International Airport in New York State.
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  • a comprehensive term for any proceeding in a court of law whereby an individual seeks a legal remedy; "the family brought suit against the landlord"
  • A claim or dispute brought to a court of law for adjudication
  • In civil law, a case where two or more people disagree and one or more of the parties take the case to a court for resolution
  • The Lawsuit is a comic opera in one act by composer Svetlana Nesterova. The opera uses a Russian libretto by Vera Kupriyanova and the composer which is based upon the story of the same name by Nikolai Gogol.
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Erie County, New York: Lackawanna Steel Company, Colgan Air Flight 3407, New York's 28th congressional district
Erie County, New York: Lackawanna Steel Company, Colgan Air Flight 3407, New York's 28th congressional district
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Lackawanna Steel Company, Colgan Air Flight 3407, New York's 28th congressional district, River Road Volunteer Fire Company Incorporated, Kevin Gaughan, Erie County Sheriff's Office, Buffalo - Niagara Falls metropolitan area, Angola Horror, C. Person's Sons, List of New York State Historic Markers in Erie County, New York, Pfohl Brothers Landfill, Mid-Erie Counseling and Treatment Services, Eaton Site, William H. Fitzpatrick, Bank of Holland, Kleis Site. Excerpt: The Lackawanna Steel Company was an American steel manufacturing company which existed as an independent company from 1840 to 1922, and as a subsidiary of the Bethlehem Steel company from 1922 to 1983. Founded by the Scranton family, the location of the company led to the creation of the city of Scranton, Pennsylvania. When the company moved to a suburb of Buffalo, New York, in 1902, its relocation led to the founding of the town of Lackawanna, New York. It was once the second-largest steel company in the world (and the largest company outside the U.S. Steel trust). The Lackawanna River and Valley in Pennsylvania in the United States.At the beginning of the 1800s, the Lackawanna Valley in Pennsylvania was rich in anthracite coal and iron deposits. Brothers George W. Scranton and Seldon T. Scranton moved to the Lackawanna Valley in 1840 and settled in the five-house town of Slocum's Hollow (now known as Scranton) to establish an iron forge. Although Europeans had been making steel for nearly three centuries by this time, the processes for creating blister steel and crucible steel were slow and steel was extremely expensive. The Scrantons focused instead on manufacturing pig iron using a blast furnace. The Scrantons wished to take advantage of a recent technological innovation in iron smelting, the "hot blast." Developed in Scotland in 1828, the hot blast pre...

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Flight 3407 : Dash Down In Buffalo!!!
Flight 3407 : Dash Down In Buffalo!!!
Continental Plane Crash February 12, 2009 A Continental Airlines Bombardier Dash 8-Q402 (twin-turbine prop) seen above, in manufacture's paint scheme) carrying 48 people, 44 passengers and 4 crew has crashed in Clarence Centre, New York. One known person was also killed on the ground. FlightAware shows that the flight ended 6.2 miles short of Buffalo Niagara International (KBUF) Runway 32 and crashed five minutes before its expected arrival at 9:35PM. The Colgan Air Dash 8, operating as Continental Connection was a fifty-two minute flight originating from Newark Liberty International. It crashed on Long Street, destroying the house at the 6038 address (the Wielinski residence), in suburban Buffalo, and there were no commuter survivors. Karen and daughter, Kimberley Wielinski, were home when the the Q402 crashed into their house. While they survived, Karen's husband Doug, also home at the time, did not. Shortly before Continental Express Flight 3407 went down in the residential neighbourhood, the pilots reported experiencing mechanical trouble. This was confirmed by Paul Cardin, of Special Projects In Research, who was able to reach area residents for their eye witness testimony. Lorraine Unverzart, who lives two streets over from the crash site reported that there was massive fires shortly after she heard the aircraft go down. Columns of fire and smoke could be seen reaching forty feet into the sky. Shaken up still, she noted that the aircraft didn't sound right as it flew overhead, and then made a very large "boom" sound when it hit the house located three doors down, and just across the street from her mother and father's residence. Her mother, Mrs. W. Hoehman located at 6055 Long Street saw the ill-fated aircraft crash into their neighbours home. Upon impact, the Q400 aircraft blew up and her neighbour's house and the immediate area around the house became engulfed in a fiery inferno. Mrs. Hoehman also noted that while planes are flying overhead all the time, this one caught her attention because it sounded "off". She quickly looked up, and watched in horror as it crashed. She immediately called her daughters, and one, Lorraine, who resides on High Street, which intersects Long, was able to come over with her son, and comfort her mother and father. Another sister who also lives in town, attempted to reach her parent's residence to attend to her parent's shock, but was turned away, as local police and the fire department had just sealed off the area. Power has been cut to the neighbourhood, and many Long Street homes have been evacuated because of fire, smoke and other safety concerns. The Hoehmans were unaffected by these power cuts as their home runs off a generator. Neither were they asked to evacuate since they are located downwind from the accident. Located only about 120 or so feet from the crash, the Hoehman residence became a gathering centre for neighbours to process their grief. Each in turn wondered, and then grew silent as they commiserated about the awful reality of the doomed airliner that crashed with its gear up, and plowing nose first into their neighbour's house. What kind of plane was it? How many died? Did their neighbour survive? In time, all these questions will be answered. In the meantime, the Bombardier (Toronto made) Canadian Dash 8-400 Series (Q400) was less than a year old, having been delivered to the airline only a short time ago, in April, of 2008. This becomes the first Bombardier Q400 accident where loss of life has occurred. Rest in peaceā€¦victims of Flight 3407 ~ UPDATE!!!!!!!! Pilot Error!! Severe weather conditions and against Continental REGS, the auto-pilot was still engaged when the pilot's should have been flying the airplane. "Some aviation experts say that relying on the autopilot kept the pilots from sensing the seriousness of the icing conditions, which could have caused the plane to lurch erratically in the 26 seconds before it crashed." Continental Airlines says friends and family who need information about those on board flight #3407 should call 1-800-621-3263. Residents who live in Clarence who need information about the crash should call (716) 741-8930. Last moments of Flight 3407 Transcript of Communications with Air Traffic Control February 13, 2009 4:38 - ATC: colgan 3407 procede direct ____? 4:58 - ATC: colgan 3407 descend and maintain 6,000 8:39 - ATC: colgan 3407 descend and maintain 5,000 8:40 - 3407: 5,000 for colgan 3407 9:09 - ATC: colgan 3407 descend and maintain 4,000 12:14 - ATC: colgan 3407 descend and maintain 2,300 12:19 - ??? garbled 12:39 - ATC: colgan 3407 turn left heading 330 12:42 - 3407: left heading 330 colgan 3407 14:04 - ATC: colgan 3407 turn left heading 310 14:07 - 3407: left heading 310, colgan 3407 15:08 - ATC: colgan 3407 3 miles from ____ colonel?? left heading 260? maintain 2300 til es
In Memory of Flight 3407
In Memory of Flight 3407
What a weird day. Four miles away NTSB staff are still waiting for the wreckage of Continental flight 3407 to sufficiently cool so that they can begin their grim investigation. At lunchtime I went out into our garden to watch some deer. While trekking down to the creek I noticed a thin layer of ice covered everything. Ice from the same storm that may have caused the plane to crash. Yet among the ice in my garden was a sprig of tree that I have never noticed before. Coincidence I know, but all the same.... We are just now learning some of the names of Flight 3407. I have no direct contact with any of them thus far. However one of them may be the same person who sang with the most beautiful voice, at another very sad memorial service.

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flight 3407 lawsuit
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS: PILOT ERROR KILLS 50 PEOPLE IN BUFFALO, The Crash of Colgan Air Flight 3407
On February 12, 2009, about 2217 eastern standard time, Colgan Air, Flight 3407, a Bombardier DHC-8-400, on approach to Buffalo-Niagara International Airport, crashed into a residence in Clarence Center, New York, 5 nautical miles northeast of the airport. The 2 pilots, 2 flight attendants, and 45 passengers aboard the airplane were killed, one person on the ground was killed, and the airplane was destroyed. The National Transportation Safety Board determined that the probable cause of this accident was a pilot's error.

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