TV station, NTSB apologize for fake Asiana pilot names – USA TODAY


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TV station, NTSB apologize for fake Asiana pilot names
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SHARECONNECT 660 TWEETCOMMENTEMAILMORE. KTVU Channel 2, a Fox affiliate in the San Francisco Bay Area, and the National Transportation Safety Board apologized on Friday for an on-air blunder by an anchorwoman that involved fake names 
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