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Residents of Cove Neck immediately called emergency services. At , the controller informed the flight that they were fifteen miles from the outer marker and cleared them for an ILS approach on runway 22L. In his first call to the Nassau County Fire Commission dispatch, he requested all the help available. As the impact progressed, the seats, now separated, flung passengers forward into each other as well as into other wreckage, causing head injuries and lacerations. The head of surgery of the Nassau County Medical Center was present at the scene but unable to direct patients to the best locations because many rescuers were radioing the center itself to get advice on where they should send the survivors. The flight attempted to make a landing at JFK, but bad weather, coupled with poor communication and inadequate management of the aircraft, forced it to abort and attempt a go-around. Hundreds of emergency personnel responded to the crash site and helped save victims. As a result, many critically injured survivors were not evacuated until There were also major problems with communication by rescuers. At , Klotz radioed the controller, informing him that the flight had "just ah lost two engines[,] and The flight crew selected the ILS. Despite these problems, however, only three of the passengers found alive died of their injuries. The NTSB report held that, had passengers been warned ahead of time to brace for impact, the severity of some injuries might have been avoided. The most common serious injuries were multiple lower leg fractures and dislocations, spinal fractures , hip fractures , head injuries, and multiple lacerations and contusions. The report posits that the passengers' legs hit the lower seat frames in front of them. That was the final radio transmission from Flight Caviedes asked if the ILS had been selected. At , the flight was three miles from the outer marker. Passengers holding onto infants reported being unable to either prevent their children from being ejected from their grasp in the impact or locate their children in the darkness afterward. The right side of the forward end of the fuselage fractured a residential wooden deck. Neither of the pilots' seats had shoulder straps as were required by United States domestic passenger flights. These same issues were reported on the aircraft's penultimate flight, however maintenance was unable to fix the autopilot, and it was disabled as a result. Klotz replied, "negative sir we just running out of fuel we okay three thousand now okay. At least one emergency responder was hospitalized as a result of the rescue efforts. The failures of the flight crew were cited as the probable cause of the crash, but the weather, air traffic controller performances, and FAA traffic management were also cited as contributing to the events that led to the accident. Some medical responders were turned away from the scene by police to help ease the congestion. I already advise him[;] hundred and eighty on the heading[;] we are going to maintain three thousand feet and he's going to get us back. The rest of the fuselage stopped within 25 feet 7. As he warned the captain, the ground proximity warning system GPWS began eleven "whoop whoop pull up" audible warnings. NTSB investigators looked at various factors that contributed to the crash. At these sites, doctors tagged the critically injured patients for immediate evacuation. Rescue workers set up two triage areas on the lawn of John and Kay McEnroe, the parents of professional tennis player John McEnroe ; the house is known as the Edward H. The road was so impassible, many rescue workers left their vehicles miles away and made it to the scene on foot. The GPWS began four "glideslope" audible warnings a few seconds later, alerting the flight crew that the aircraft was below the glideslope. This dire situation was not recognized as an emergency by the controllers because of the failure of the pilots to use the word "emergency". Flight 52 entered its first holding pattern over Norfolk at and remained circling until At that point, First Officer Klotz radioed the controller, saying, "ah well I think we need priority we're passing [unintelligible]. Emergency vehicle drivers abandoned their vehicles counter to established policy in the course of the rescue efforts. This conclusion was controversial, with disagreement between investigators, passengers, and Avianca as to who was ultimately responsible. Twenty-one seconds later, the first officer remarked "glideslope alive. Initial reports to emergency services reported that a much larger Boeing had crashed. At , the first officer commented, "This is the wind shear. First Officer Klotz replied, "I guess so thank you very much. At , the captain called for lights, followed by questions as to where the runway was a few seconds later. Martinez, died. Eventually, the U. In response to the captain's inquiries, the first officer replied that he did not see the runway. The flight ran out of fuel before it was able to make a second landing attempt. Radio frequencies became overloaded and authorities on site were unable to make command decisions in some cases. While en route, the flight was placed in three holding patterns. The main fuselage came to rest on the upslope of the hill, facing south, with the forward end extending over the crest of the hill. At , the controller said, "Okay and you're number two for the approach[;] I just have to give you enough room so you make it without ah having to come out again. The first officer replied, "Yes sir, I already advised him. Klotz acknowledged. The cockpit was severely damaged in the impact. A minute later, the controller instructed the flight to turn to the northeast and asked the flight crew if they had enough fuel to be directed fifteen miles from the airport. By , all the survivors had been evacuated to hospitals. The flight was manned by a crew of nine, including six flight attendants and three flight crewmen. The aircraft began descending beyond the angle of the glideslope, then began climbing above it, followed by a steeper descent. Of the people on board, 73 died as a result of the crash. At , Klotz contacted the tower controllers and informed that Flight 52 was "established two two left. At , the controller gave the flight a wind shear advisory of an "increase of ten knots at fifteen hundred feet and then an increase of ten knots at five hundred feet. All three flight crew members had previous experience in landing at JFK. The captain asked the first officer to confirm that the flight was cleared to land. Due to poor communication between the air crew and the air traffic controllers, as well as an inadequate management of the fuel load by the pilots, the flight became critically low on fuel. At , the first officer began informing the captain that the aircraft was below the glideslope. Klotz replied at that they could hold for five more minutes. The NTSB report estimates that around this time, the flight crashed. The crash was only accessible to vehicles via a single residential street. The final controller instructed the flight crew to contact the JFK tower controllers and signed off. Many of those who survived were severely injured and required months or years to recover physically. Survivors later commented that it took about half an hour for rescue teams to arrive. Other companies that were not called showed up voluntarily to assist. The NTSB commenced an investigation, which began shortly after the crash and concluded with the issuance of its final report on April 30, A survey of the wreckage revealed that the tail was mostly intact and all control surfaces were connected to the pilots' controls.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Klotz replied, "It is ready on two" at One second later, the CVR stopped recording. The swell of support created major problems for extricating survivors. Eight of the nine crew members including all three flight crew members and 65 of the passengers on board were killed. It struck an oak tree which penetrated the area occupied by Klotz and Moyano. At , the captain asked the first officer to "tell them we are in [an] emergency. At least 30 bodies were gathered on the makeshift morgue at the McEnroe property by the following morning. Klotz had transitioned to the the previous October and had logged 64 flight hours in the airframe, including 13 at night. By the time of the crash, the aircraft was 22 years old and had over 61, flight hours. Thirty-seven fire and ambulance companies, as well as more than seven hundred Nassau County police officers arrived to help. The captain asked the first officer again to "advise him we don't have fuel. The National Transportation Safety Board NTSB determined that the crash occurred due to the flight crew failing to properly declare a fuel emergency , failure to use an airline operational control dispatch system, inadequate traffic flow management by the Federal Aviation Administration , and the lack of standardized understandable terminology for pilots and controllers for minimum and emergency fuel states. All the seats occupied by the flight crew were found outside the cockpit. Copilot Klotz had been employed with Avianca for three years and had 1, hours of flight time, with hours at night. At , flight engineer Moyano stated that the controllers "already know that we are in [a] bad condition. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The Boeing flying this route ran out of fuel after a failed attempt to land at John F. At , the cockpit voice recorder CVR recorded a temporary interruption in power. A second later, Flight Engineer Moyano exclaimed, " Flame out [;] flame out on engine number four. Medical professionals on site reported that some hospitals received the most up-to-date information by watching the news coverage. The crash has been portrayed in a variety of media. Klotz acknowledged the transmission. The landing gear was raised and the first officer announced that the flight was executing a missed approach. Many local New York residents showed up at hospitals with food, blankets, or to volunteer as Spanish interpreters. Swan House.