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Nobody died in a U.S. commercial jet crash last year — a trend that predates Trump

The United States racked up another sterling year for airline safety: Zero people died in crashes of commercial jets in 2017, for the eighth year in a row.

Worldwide, there were 10 fatal airliner accidents and 44 fatalities - 25 passengers and 19 crew members, according to the

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