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San Francisco, California / Plane Crash #1060130

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 09, 2013
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The investigation into the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 in San Francisco updated; scenes shown of NTSB investigators at the crash site, passengers running from the Boeing 777; animation shown. [NTSB chairman Deborah HERSMAN††- recounts what was learned from the pilot interviews.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) The survival of 2 flight attendants who were ejected from the plane reported.

(San Francisco: Anna Werner) Stories of how the survivors helped each other presented; photo shown of a flight attendant carrying a passenger on her back. [Ben LEVY††- tells his story; denies he is a hero.]

Pelley, Scott;
Blackstone, John;
Werner, Anna

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