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Georgia / Movie Set Train Accident #1080659

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 20, 2015
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(Studio: Amy Robach) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Chris Connolly) Film of the fatal train accident during the filming on a bridge of the movie "Midnight Rider" featured; scenes shown from the bridge as the crew fled the train; details given about the guilty plea from film director Randall Miller. [Hair stylist Joyce GILLIARD@- describes what happened.] [Victim Sarah Jones mother Elizabeth JONES@- recounts the phone call.] [Wayne County ADA John JOHNSON@- says we take death seriously.]

(Studio: Amy Robach) Full coverage of the story of "20/20" noted.

Robach, Amy;
Connolly, Chris

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