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Runaway Plane / Jamaica / A Discussion #1071315

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 05, 2014
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(Studio: John Berman) The developments with a runaway plane with an unconscious pilot, real estate developer Larry Glazer%, introduced; flight route shown. [In phone interview,Jamaica Defence Force Maj. Basil JARRETT@- outlines the latest information about the plane off Jamaica: an oil slick.]

(Washington: Rene Marsh) The route of the plane that had some problems & was later tracked by fighter planes & eventually crashed reviewed; plane-ATC exchange played; map shown. [State Department spokeswoman Marie HART@- comments on contacts with Cuba & Jamaica.] Last week's similar problems with an unresponsive pilot that also crashed into the Atlantic & the 1999 Payne Stewart incident discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Miles O'Brien & former FAA inspector David Soucie about this small plane incident. [O'BRIEN - says evidence indicates a plane pressure problem & what happens with apoxia.] [SOUCIE - talks about this kind of plane's pressure system.]

Berman, John;
Marsh, Rene

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