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San Francisco, California / Plane Crash #1050330

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 07, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) The investigation into yesterday’s deadly crash landing of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 on the runway at San Francisco International Airport introduced; video from Fred Hayes† shown of the accident; casualty figures cited. [NTSB chairwoman Deborah HERSMAN†- comments on information on the flight data recorder.] Live discussion held with former Transportation Department Inspector General Mary Schiavo† and aviation attorney Dan Rose† about the crash; photos from inside the plane shown. [SCHIAVO – says Hayes’s video will help the NTSB; notes the plane settling on its belly was important for the survivability of this crash; comments on the idea of cameras on runways and on the plane; comments on Boeing’s responsibility; says cabin interiors have improved.] [ROSE – offers his view on cameras; notes the plane is coming in too low and it got too slow; says the cockpit interaction will be critical.]
Reporter(s):
Lemon, Don
Duration:
00:11:10

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