What we need to do to prevent this problem from ever recurring is a FRAT update.
A risk assessment for fuel level depictions, 5 separate caution & warning lights(one for each) and another one for the associated audio.
That's 7 risk assessments to be added to the current number.
If we can make that FRAT long enough, we could not only prevent a similar crash, we could prevent all crashes as everyone would be so busy filling out the FRAT, no one would ever get airborne.
And there are some of you who thought this FRAT thing was no good.