It was a tough day in Western New York yesterday (February 12). Yesterday marked the fourth anniversary of the crash of Flight 3407 in Clarence Center, and on the anniversary, many family members of those lost headed to the capital to push the FAA and Congress to set in new airline safety regulations. Fortunately, they received good news
Local musician Mark Weber wrote a song dedicated to those who lost their lives four years ago today (February 12) in the Flight 3407 plane crash in Clarence Center. I played it on the air earlier today, but you can listen to it here.
"Everything Changed," by Flight 3407 widow, Robin Tolsma takes readers on a surreal tale from the night of the crash through the emotional ups and downs that followed, after losing her husband and father of her two, Darren Tolsma.
Adding insult to injury for the families of flight 3407 crash victims the company somehow found the money to approve hundreds of thousands of dollars in pay raises for top executives weeks before their April 1st Bankruptcy filing
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