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California / Ford Plane Crash / A Discussion (Part II) #1079887

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 05, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The crash in California of a small vintage plane piloted by actor Harrison Ford reported; scenes shown; son Ben Ford quoted. [Crash witness Geoff ERWIN@- describes what happened as the plane crashed.] [Flew with Ford, Capt. Tom HAINES@- explains Ford's abilities as a pilot who flies frequently, his role in search & rescue operations & humanitarian missions with his planes.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Miles O'Brien & David Soucie & "Harrison Ford: Just Another Pilot" filmmaker Paul Mitton about Ford & the plane crash; scenes shown from the crash site & Mitton's film. [O'BRIEN, SOUCIE - comment on Ford, his landing on the golf course near houses, small plane crashes, vintage plane maintenance, his radio call to the tower.] [MITTON - talks about Ford, the pilot.]

Cooper, Anderson

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