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The scene of the crash at Grand Bahama shipyard.

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Recycling plant out of action since plane crash

A RECYCLING plant in Freeport, Grand Bahama has been out of operation since November 9 when a Learjet carrying Dr Myles Munroe and eight others to a leadership conference crashed into its facility, destroying its generator and causing damages worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Pilot told alert to ‘shut up’: Warning system switched off in Munroe crash

THE pilots of the Learjet that crashed and killed all nine on board in Grand Bahama last year disabled the plane’s “terrain awareness warning system” when it warned them they were flying too low and deliberately failed to adhere to standard procedures, according to the official aircraft accident report of the incident.

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THE estate of the only American citizen on board the ill-fated Learjet 36, which crashed in bad weather on November 9 in Grand Bahama, has filed a legal suit against Diplomat Aviation.

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Pilots blamed for Munroe crash

POOR decision-making by pilots caused the Learjet crash that killed Dr Myles Munroe and eight others in Grand Bahama last year, the final report on the incident says.


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