The National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday that it was working on a detailed investigation of the causes of the lithium-ion battery fire that took place aboard a Boeing 787 Dreamliner in Boston, but does not have any answers yet. The NTSB also said that U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center are examining a second, undamaged battery taken from the same plane for signs of problems.
No cause for Boeing 787 battery fire has been found yet, NTSB says
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