Michael Stumo (left) and Nadia Milleron, parents of Samya Stumo, 24, a Massachusetts resident who died in the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash, listen during a House Aviation committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 15, on the causes of two crashes of Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft. (Susan Walsh / Associated Press)

Michael Stumo (left) and Nadia Milleron, parents of Samya Stumo, 24, a Massachusetts resident who died in the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash, listen during a House Aviation committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 15, on the causes of two crashes of Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft. (Susan Walsh / Associated Press)

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