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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 20, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The search off Australia for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Studio: Chad Myers) The weather at the search area discussed; weather map shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier extraneous debris reports reviewed. Live discussion continued with 777 Les Abend, former Transportation Department inspector general Mary Schiavo, Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst. David Gallo and safety analyst David Soucie about Flight 370. [GALLO - comments on the bad weather in a search area, the debris from the Air France plane.] [SCHIAVO - explains how debris can disperse or sink.] [ABEND, SOUCIE - explain how the ELT works and why Flight 370's did not activate.] [SOUCIE, GALLO - talk about the ocean topography.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Myers, Chad

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