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May 13, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

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Who are the people who clean aircraft accidents and search for the dead and the survivors?

I know it has something to do with the NTSB, but what is the specific work called? not crash investigator

To answer your question, I will try to explain the system of the accident. The FAA will get the first call of the general local police or fire department. The regional headquarters of FAA will contact the NTSB investigator in service. The command center of the FAA will contact the local district office of the FAA, which has more space in the zone the plane crashed. The NTSB investigation will contact the company to recover the aircraft that will work with the inspector local FAA. Once the FAA inspector has completed their part they will communicate with the NTSB, which will coordinate with the recovery company Aircraft to collect all the pieces of aircraft and transported to a storage facility for the NTSB. In addition the fire department Local help clean up the scene of the accident and all the wreckage is placed in large bags and secure installation. After the fire department has completed they can wash the area. A company like that I worked with aircraft parts is just near Sacramento, CA. Plain Parts specializes in the recovery and storage of aircraft, automobiles and industrial equipment. Below their website. Http: / / plainparts.com / index.shtml As an accident investigator, I worked with the smooth parts of accidents many recoveries in the past. Plain team developed specialized equipment and procedures to disassemble and transport products to their final destination.

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