Passengers and crew members of the Continental Airlines crash at Denver International Airport in 2008 have reached a million-dollar lawsuit settlement with the Federal Aviation Administration. Although all passengers and crew managed to escape the aircraft that slid off a wind-blown runway during a night takeoff and down a ravine that caught fire, because the crash was blamed on pilot error and a strong crosswind, the passengers and some crew members filed a lawsuit against the FAA as they also blamed air traffic controllers for failing to inform pilots of crosswinds gusting to 40 mph. The total amount of money

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