Experts assess why this plane fell off a cliff

On October 10, 2006, Atlantic Airways Flight 670 overran the runway at Stord Airport in Norway, and careened off a nearby cliff. At first, investigators suspected a wet runway—but the evidence points elsewhere. (2:24)

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