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OSU To Review Travel Policy Following Fatal Crash

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In the wake of Thursday's plane crash O-S-U officials will examine its travel policy.

A university spokesman said today the school will always look at the rules whenever there's a deadly crash.

The policy regarding the type of aircraft and pilot requirements changed after a crash ten years ago, killing 10 people associated with the men's basketball team.

Spokesman Gary Shutt says the changes applied to travel involving team members, but not recruitment trips like the one the women's basketball coaches were taking.

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