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Testing at two Arizona facilities that supply electrical system components for the Boeing 787 has wrapped up with a declaration of "no significant findings."
This fire-damaged battery casing is from the Japan Airlines Boeing 787 that caught fire in Boston.
A burned battery casing undergoes testing at the National Transportation Safety Board lab in Washington.
Far from solving the mystery of what caused a Boeing 787's battery to burst into flames in Boston earlier this month, a recent visit to Tucson by aviation safety investigators catalyzed even more questions.
Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board announced today that they have not yet ruled out potential causes for the fire earlier this month aboard a Boeing 787.
The federal government grounded Boeing's newest and most technologically advanced jetliner Wednesday, declaring that the 787 cannot fly again until the risk of battery fires is addressed.
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