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fooj Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-08-07 03:44 PM
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65. Wonder why they didn't consider this as IMPORTANT ENOUGH to report?
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Air controllers call for criminal investigation Eyewitness News Exclusive

http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?section=local&id=5271 ...

Air controllers call for criminal investigationEyewitness News Exclusive

New York - WABC, May 3, 2007) - The air traffic controllers who were exposed to that carbon monoxide now want a criminal investigation into why they weren't allowed to leave their control center, even though they were dizzy and disoriented -- and trying to direct hundreds of planes.

SNIP:

Air Controller's interviews from Wednesday:

"It was like a fog," said controller Ray Maldonado.

"Sometimes it felt like I couldn't clearly put together something that I normally would have at any other time. You know what I mean?" air controller John Conklin said.

"I remember just being extremely fatigued ... very tired, very sleepy. It took a lot to stay awake that night," Maldonado said.

"Headaches, nausea, dizziness, disorientation, fatigue, inability to focus, not able to concentrate. We had these employees who were in no condition to do this job being directed to continue with this job," said Iacopelli.

"They said, 'no, we're not calling the fire department,'" Conklin said.

"The employees there said, 'Well, we'll call the local fire department and have them come in to test the air. And the operations manager in charge informed them that, 'If you make the call, I will not let them in the gate and I will refuse them entry into the control room,'" Iacopelli said.


If you get a chance, WATCH THE VIDEOS! They are at the ABC link provided.

Sounds like DOMESTIC terrorism to me. In New Jersey, of ALL places!!! Hmmmm...
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