On Thursday, December 8, 2005, at about 7:14 in the evening, Southwest Airlines Flight 1248 from Baltimore crashed at Chicago's Midway International Airport. Southwest chose to fly the landing approach at excessive speed during a snowstorm with a tail wind toward a short runway, which had not been fully cleared of the snow. In spite of these hazards, and Southwest's history of a previous runway accident on a short runway in good weather conditions, Southwest attempted the landing and again, ran off the runway. The plane plowed through a fence and onto a street, striking two vehicles. It landed on top of a car, killing a young boy and injuring his family members. Passengers and other people on the ground were also injured.


APRIL 4, 2011

HUGE TEAR IN SOUTHWEST AIRLINES PLANE --
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DECEMBER 8, 2005

INITIAL CRASH ANALYSIS OF THE CRASH
OF SOUTHWEST AIRLINES FLIGHT 1248,
MIDWAY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, CHICAGO, ILL.
BY AVIATION ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS,
RONALD GOLDMAN AND CLARK ARISTEI

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A RECIPE FOR DISASTER

 
FEBRUARY 26, 2009

BAUM, HEDLUND, ARISTEI & GOLDMAN FILES LAWSUIT FOR CHILDREN OF SPIRITUAL LEADER, SUSAN WEHLE, KILLED IN THE CONTINENTAL CONNECTION FLIGHT 3407 CRASH NEAR BUFFALO, NY

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