After second deadly crash, concerns arise with the safety of the Boeing 737 MAX plane
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(ABC NEWS) – There are concerns tonight for a company with a huge presence in South Carolina.
The Boeing Aircraft Company says it has no reason to pull a popular aircraft from the skies – the reaction coming after a second new Boeing 737 plane crashed in five months.
This time, 158 people died shortly after takeoff in east Africa nation of Ethopia.
ABC News Will Reeve reports.