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South Korea / Ferryboat Sinking / A discussion #1064054

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 22, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The divers' search at the sunken ferryboat in South Korea noted; scenes shown of the ship; details given about a cell phone call from a student passenger.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; near Jindo, South Korea: Kyung Lah) The dangerous underwater search inside the sunken ferry to recover bodies featured; scenes shown from a boat in the water near the ferry site; details given about the arrests of crew members and what they are saying about the ship.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with cargo ship captain James Staples, Security Dynamics LLC president Kim Petersen and former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb† about the ferry. [STAPLES - talks about the crew's indecision, liferafts versus lifeboats.] [PETERSEN - explains how liferafts are deployed.] [WEBB - {ed: transmission problems.}]

Cooper, Anderson;
Lah, Kyung

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