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Paragraph 3 reads:  "NTSB faulted pilot Joseph Campbell, 56, for flying into bad weather."    

Paragraph 5 reads:  "Investigators also found Campbell had anti-depressants in his system and a history of depression. But officials say he was not impaired from the medication."




http://www.ktuu.com/Global/story.asp?S=8850825


ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- The National Transportation Safety Board released its probable cause findings for a plane crash last year near Ketchikan that killed five people.

The Taquan Air Dehavilland Beaver crashed about 40 miles northeast of Ketchikan on a flight-seeing tour.    

NTSB faulted pilot Joseph Campbell, 56, for flying into bad weather.    

A photograph from a camera found in the wreckage shows the kind of weather they were flying through.    

Investigators also found Campbell had anti-depressants in his system and a history of depression. But officials say he was not impaired from the medication.

The NTSB also cited the Federal Aviation Administration's inadequate surveillance of the commercial air tour operator