Photos Released From Stevens Crash as Survivors Speak

'They just stopped flying'
Photos from Ted Stevens crash released
A sophisticated beacon was registered to the plane that crashed in Alaska but it wasn't clear whether it was onboard during the flight.   (AP)

The National Transportation Safety Board yesterday released photos from the site of the crash that killed former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens and four others, as investigators spoke with two of the four survivors. According to the chair of the NTSB, they did not report hearing weird noises, nor did they feel the plane tilt backward or forward, notes the Anchorage Daily News. "They were flying along, and then they just stopped flying."

Though the plane was equipped with an system designed to alert pilots of dangerous terrain, it's not yet known if it was working. Read the full article. (Read more Ted Stevens stories.)

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