Bird-plane collisions may pass 10,000, a first
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Reports of airplanes hitting birds and other wildlife have soared since a stricken US Airways jet landed last year in New York's Hudson River, and the government's tally for last year could reach or even exceed 10,000 for the first time.
Serious accidents are climbing at a faster rate than minor incidents.
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