What caused a World War II era plane to crash into the Hudson River?
The plane was pulled out of the water Saturday by divers with the NNYD and the Army Corps of Engineers. Investigators are now examining the small plane at the Wall Street Heliport. Officials say it is safer to get into the aircraft than it is to get in your car and drive to work. Now, they are trying to determine what went wrong.
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