House of the week

11/08/2010 7:13 PM |

This 4,000-square-foot detailed and maintained waterfront home in Long Creek Estate community offers five bedrooms, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, master suite with fireplace and waterview balcony, heated in-ground pool, private beach and sunset views over the creek.
Location: Southold
Price: $1,099,000
Broker: Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, Southold, 631-765-6656

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  • A possible cause for this crash could be an indicated design flaw well known to both the FAA and NTSB for decades.
    After a three year debacle with the FAA the NTSB closed their safety recommendation and walked away. Pilots and passengers continue to die or become injured possibly due to undetectable water in the fuel tanks the pilot cannot positively detect during the pre-flight of the aircraft.

    Data Source: NTSB Recommendations to FAA and FAA Responses
    Report No: A-83-6
    Subject:
    Letter Date:01/13/1986
    Status: CLOSED UNACCEPTABLE ACTION
    Engine stoppage because of water in the fuel occurred most often
    during the takeoff and initial climb phase of flight, and frequently bladder-type fuel cells such as Cessna Models C-180, C-182, C-185, C-206, and C-207.