Post crash condition both spoilers show to be in the

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post-crash condition. Both spoilers show to be in the deployed position but no evidence as to how and when they deployed, or if they deployed at the same time. Also the spoiler arming lever shown in the NTSB report is not visible in the Peak Airlines simulation. The virtual crash lab lack of information on the brake system condition and usage during landing may also have been a cause, but cannot be accurately determined. Tire condition effecting the stopping cannot be ruled out either as further information was not available. Further investigation into the human factors that may have played contributing factors into this accident were unavailable as well, since no information was available about the crew before during or after the accident. The failure to abort the landing still holds as the only valid probable cause of the accident that may be determined based off the information available. National Transportation Safety Board (October 23, 2001). Aircraft accident report AAR-01/02 . Retrieved from ? wrap=1

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