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19/02/2009 - 19:25

UK & USA Today Editoweb 19 february 2009

BP suspends Super Pumas after crash - BP suspends chopper flights - Bid to recover ditched helicopter.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 19 february 2009
BP suspends Super Pumas after crash

BP has suspended using Super Puma Bond helicopters for North Sea flights after one of the aircraft carrying 18 people ditched off the Scottish coast.

BP suspends chopper flights

BP has suspended the use of Super Puma Bond helicopters for North Sea flights after a chopper crashed with 18 people on board.

Bid to recover ditched helicopter

An operation is under way to recover a helicopter which ditched in water near a North Sea oil platform.

Three Held In M65 Terror Swoop Released

Three men arrested on the M65 by terror police while on their way to join a Gaza aid convoy have been freed without charge.

Welsh Star Duffy Queen Of The Brits

Duffy was the big winner at the Brits, scooping three out of four awards - but so-called superband Coldplay left empty-handed.

Swimmer And Writer Receive Queen's Honours

Teenage Paralympic swimming sensation Ellie Simmonds and writer Terry Pratchett have both been honoured by the Queen.

Writer Terry Pratchett Knighted By Queen

Writer Terry Pratchett has received a knighthood from the Queen for services to literature.

California Senate approves long-awaited budget

The state Senate approved a long-awaited budget early Thursday intended to wipe out a $42 billion deficit, possibly steering the state clear of a fiscal disaster.

NY fire kills 4 in family as others jump to safety

An early-morning fire engulfed two apartments Thursday, killing a woman and three of her children, police said. Eight people jumped out of second-floor windows and survived.

Doomed NY flight operator defends pilot training

The operator of Continental Connection Flight 3407 that crashed in Buffalo last week defended both its training programs and the pilot after investigators said they would examine whether the crew overreacted when an automatic safety system sensed the plane was slowing down dangerously.

Trial begins in Las Vegas toddler video sex case

The same graphic video that helped end a frantic manhunt for a man accused of taping himself while he molested a 2-year-old girl will be the key piece of evidence in his trial.

Missouri man convicted of '92 slaying released

A man who spent half of his life in prison for a 1992 slaying was freed Wednesday after a judge ruled that he was wrongly convicted and had to be retried or released.

Army says death at Ft Lewis possibly drug-related

Army investigators believe the death of a 16-year-old civilian girl at a barracks on Fort Lewis was possibly drug-related, a spokesman said Wednesday.

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