At x 175628 regional x approach x controls feeder

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newest ATIS info. At x 1756:28, Regional x Approach x Control's Feeder East controller x transmitted associate x all craft message x that was gotten by Flight x 191. The message communicated to a point, "Thought, all carrier calibration in... there is a very little rain simply north of the terminus and they are commencing to impact ILS (To aircraft landing System) approaches... tune up one thoughtful 9 one for one seven remaining." At x 1759:47, the very x important officer x remarked, "We can x get our plane washed," showing he thought of rain x between x Flight 191 x and also the runway 17L at DFW. Flight x 191 was x sequenced third to x arrive on runway x 17L, behind Flight x 351 (a Boeing x 727) and a Learjet x 25. American x Flight 539 x (a McDonnell-Douglas x MD-80) was to x arrive x behind Flight 191.
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Delta x Airlines x Flight x 191 4 Flight 191 x changed x over to x Regional Approach x Control's Arrival x Radar-1 rehash at 1759:47 and quick x and dirty their height x at 5,000 feet. At 1800:36, the x approach controller x asked American x Airlines Flight x 351 in the event that it could see x the plane terminal. Flight x 351 answered "when we break out of this rain shower we will." The controller revealed to Flight 351 that it was found x four miles x from the x outside marker, and to x join the x localizer at x 2,300 feet; the controller x by then x cleared x the flight x for the x ILS way x to deal x with oversee runway x 17L. These transmissions were x recorded on Flight x 191's Cockpit x Voice x Recorder(CVR). Flight x 351 was x on its second x approach in the wake of being made to execute a missed approach in light of lacking apportioning with going before activity still x on the x runway. The commander of Flight x 351 x noted after the misfortune that amidst the basic approach x he saw essentially scattered hazes and one whirlwind upper east of the x field. He could x see the cell x from the x cockpit and "it looked harmless...like showers." The cell x did not x shape on his air radar. Resulting to passing the external marker, inbound x Flight 351 did not experience any x rain or x turbulence, and the executive did not perceive any x lightning. After the x missed approach, x Flight 351 was then sequenced into x the development stream x for another approach. On x downwind at 2,500 feet, the flight experienced a minor windshear which was not seen as a security chance and was not seen as reportable. Flight 351's x commander bore witness to that on unmistakable approach he turned out insufficiently any environment cells, the closest one x being two x miles east of the flying machine. The commander revealed that resulting to leaving the external x marker inbound he experienced significant rain which kept going until the point that he dove through x 1,000 feet. He didn't experience any turbulence x or windshear, and he didn't perceive any lightning amidst the approach. Flight 351 met up at around 1804, around two x minutes going before x Flight 191's x crash.
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Delta x Airlines x Flight x 191 5 At x 1800:51, the x approach controller requested that Flight 191 reducing its speed to 170
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