[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/US/02/13/plane.crash.new.york/art.buffalo.crash1.bee.jpg caption="Only a few pieces of the Continental Connection Dash 8 turboprop were recognizable after the crash."]
Tonight, there are new details on the Continental Connection crash near Buffalo, New York. NTSB investigators say the cockpit voice recorders show the crew noticed significant ice buildup on the planes windshield and wings just before it began pitching and rolling violently. Moments later, 49 people on board were killed and one person in the house that the plane hit. Amazingly, two people in the house survived. You'll hear from one of them tonight on AC360°.
Is the ice to blame for the crash? We'll talk it over with a former pilot.
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