Robert Sumwalt, center, a board member of the National Transportation Safety Board, addresses reporters Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, with NTSB investigator Ralph Hicks, left, about the crash of a private jet in Thomson, Ga. Authorities say five people died and two were hospitalized after the plane aborted its landing and struck the top of a concrete utility pole. (AP Photo/Russ Btnum)

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Robert Sumwalt, center, a board member of the National Transportation Safety Board, addresses reporters Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, with NTSB investigator Ralph Hicks, left,  about the crash of a private jet in Thomson, Ga. Authorities say five people died and two were hospitalized after the plane aborted its landing and struck the top of a concrete utility pole. (AP Photo/Russ Btnum)
Robert Sumwalt, center, a board member of the National Transportation Safety Board, addresses reporters Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, with NTSB investigator Ralph Hicks, left, about the crash of a private jet in Thomson, Ga. Authorities say five people died and two were hospitalized after the plane aborted its landing and struck the top of a concrete utility pole. (AP Photo/Russ Btnum)