Lexington, KY (WVLT) - New details have been released about the investigation into the crash of Delta Connection Comair Flight 5191.
The NTSB says that toxicology reports indicate that no illegal drugs or alcohol were found in either the pilot or co-pilot.
Meanwhile, the family of the co-pilot James Polehinke says he still does not remember the accident.
Polehinke was at the controls when the jet turned down the wrong runway at the Lexington Airport and crashed while trying to take off on August 27th, killing all 49 other people on board.
Polehinke has been at the University of Kentucky Hospital since the crash, where he's undergone several surgeries, including the amputation of one of his legs.
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