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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 11, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The fifth day of the vanishing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 introduced.

(Washington: Renee Marsh) A dramatic turn of events with the possibility the plane turned to fly west over a small island examined; details given about scenarios about what may have happened, the identity of the two men {photos shown} flying with stolen passports. [Former NTSB director Peter GOELZ†- talks about the process of turning the transponders off.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) The possibility of a plane hijacking, the terrorism option, the reports of a change in direction of the plane discussed; plane's route shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former FBI asst. director Shawn Henry, Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst.'s David Gallo and former NTSB official Peter Goelz about the missing Flight 370; flight route map shown. [From Washington, GOELZ - explains how pilots can turn off transponders; notes this is a military-led investigation and there should be assistance; explains the backup systems on the 777 plane.] [HENRY - says there are four competing theories about what happened, including the terrorism option.] [GALLO - comments on the Air France plane crash.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Marsh, Renee;
Sciutto, Jim
Duration:
00:13:40

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