I watched the news, about this possibly being a deliberate act, breaking yesterday in absolute bewilderment.
It seems the door to the cabin had been made virtually impenetrable from the main body of the aircraft after the 9/11 terrorist atrocities.
Has this been done to all large passenger aircraft?
Looks like the actions of the terrorists that day played a part in this tragedy also.
I can't help but feel for the parents of the pilot, they shouldn't be forgotten in all this. They were mourning together with the families of all the passengers until this news broke. That they then had to be separated for their own protection must have been extra devastation added to what they originally felt, mourning what they thought was the innocent death of their son.
The team that decides to try for a charge down pays their money and makes their choice. If it rewards the team with the ball then tough, that's a risk the other team have to take in trying to get their hands on the ball further up field than otherwise.
I remember Jamie Peacock scoring a try against Oz at Hudds from a Gary Connolly? charge down, it was ace.