Jet pilot says Xcel at fault in Colorado canyon accident

Steve Centofanti’s suit says he was driving on Interstate 70 in the canyon when his vehicle was hit by power lines after they were snapped above by the Aero L-39C “Albatros” jet. The Federal Aviation Administration has revoked Evans’ pilot’s license. It said Evans flew the jet less than 500 feet above the …

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