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Ukraine / Plane Disaster #1068926

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 19, 2014
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The developments in the investigation into the downing in Ukraine of Malaysia Flight 17 flying from Amsterdam to Malaysia introduced; photos of the bodies along the side of the road shown.

(Hrabove and Donetsk: Terry Moran) The unsecured debris field featured; scenes shown of bodies being collected and a plane wing and belongings in the field. [ABC aviation consultant former pilot retired Col. Stephen GANYARD - comments on evidence.] [Ukrainian counterintelligence minister Vitaly NAYDA†- says men and the missile launcher came from Russia.]

(Studio: Dan Harris) Live discussion held with aviation consultant John Nance about the investigation. [NANCE - offers perspective on the evidence needed to trace back the missile and determine who fired it by intelligence.]

(Studio: Dan Harris, Martha Raddatz) How the missile can be tracked over this conflict zone to determine where it came from, likely Russian-held territory, discussed.

(Studio: Dan Harris) Tomorrow's coverage on "This Week" noted.

(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Amsterdam, Netherlands: Lama Hasan) The stories of those who missed the flight while mourning for the passengers on Flight 17 featured; photos of some victims shown. [Missed flight, Simon LAPASTA‡- reacts to feeling lucky.] [Karlijn Keijzer friends from Indiana University, Cara DONLEY†, Jen SCHULTZ†- react to losing rower teammate Karlijn.]

Harris, Dan;
Moran, Terry;
Martha, Dan Harris,;
Hasan, Lama

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