American A321 at Washington on May 22nd 2019, went around due to TCAS RA at 800 feet AGL
Last Update: May 22, 2019 / 23:23:35 GMT/Zulu time
A Police helicopter was moving at 500 feet from the east to the west at about 70 knots, turned southbound near the Key Bridge and crossed the Key Bridge about 30 seconds after the Airbus initiated the go around.
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