BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A deadline is only days away for the government to extend an airsafety bill, created in the aftermath of the Flight 3407 disasterin Clarence Center.
Families who've been fighting for improved safety standardssince the crash are marching forward in their crusade.
News 4 spoke with Robin Tolsma and Jennifer West, who both losttheir husbands in the crash of 3407. We covered Robin and Jenniferin Washington when the National Transportation Safety Board pointedout deficiencies in FAA regulations. Watch the video to hear whatthese two women had to say about the upcoming deadline.
To support the cause of the Flight 3407 families, visit theirwebsite to find out how you can help.
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