The FAA is increasing staff at 27 air traffic control towers around the country after two more controllers fell asleep on the job. A controller at Reno-Tahoe International Airport in Nevada slept as a medical flight was trying to land with an ill patient. Another controller -- already facing disciplinary action for a January napping incident -- fell asleep at Seattle's King County International Airport. Both controllers have been suspended. "We absolutely cannot and will not tolerate sleeping on the job," FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt said.
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