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Title 49Subtitle BChapter VIIIPart 801 → Subpart D

Title 49: Transportation

Subpart D—Accident Investigation Records

§801.30   Records from accident investigations.
§801.31   Public hearings regarding investigations.
§801.32   Accident reports.

§801.30   Records from accident investigations.

Upon completion of an accident investigation, each NTSB investigator (or “group chairman,” depending on the investigation) shall complete a factual report with supporting documentation and include these items in the public docket for the investigation. The Chief, Records Management Division, will then make the records available to the public for inspection or production by an order for commercial copying.

§801.31   Public hearings regarding investigations.

Within approximately four (4) weeks after a public hearing concerning an investigation, the Chief, Records Management Division, will make available to the public the hearing transcript. On or before the date of the hearing, the Chief, Records Management Division, will make the exhibits introduced at the hearing available to the public for inspection or commercial copy order.

§801.32   Accident reports.

(a) The NTSB will report the facts, conditions, and circumstances, and its determination of the probable causes of U.S. civil transportation accidents, in accordance with 49 U.S.C. 1131(e).

(b) These reports may be made available for public inspection in the NTSB's public reference room and/or on the NTSB's Web site, at http://www.ntsb.gov.

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