How 12 seconds could have prevented this plane crash

After the 2005 crash landing of Air France Flight 358 in Toronto, investigators sort through the wreckage for answers. They find no obvious mechanical fault with the plane, leading them to believe the cause was much simpler. (3:41)

Latest Videos

Preview thumbnail for video'What forensics tell us about this odd plane crash
What forensics tell us about this odd plane crash (3:25)
Preview thumbnail for video'Footage of the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption
Footage of the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption (3:47)
Preview thumbnail for video'This brave student captured the Mount St. Helens blast
This brave student captured the Mount St. Helens blast (2:07)
Preview thumbnail for video'How Germans turned trains into massive artillery in World War II
How Germans turned trains into massive artillery in World War II (2:34)
Preview thumbnail for video'This tiny pipe brought down this massive plane
This tiny pipe brought down this massive plane (3:48)
Preview thumbnail for video'A paratrooper’s perspective
A paratrooper’s perspective (1:59)
Preview thumbnail for video'One of the deadliest airplane hijackings
One of the deadliest airplane hijackings (3:24)
Preview thumbnail for video'The moon landing was the television event of the decade.
The moon landing was the television event of the decade. (2:41)
Preview thumbnail for video'The daring stunt that put bungee jumping on the map
The daring stunt that put bungee jumping on the map (2:52)