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France / Plane Crash / A Discussion (Part I) #1080726

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 24, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooperr) The crash of a Germanwings Airbus plane {Flight 9525} in the French Alps introduced; maps, plane wreckage & flight diagram shown. [Aviation analyst Mary SCHAIVO@- talks about the plane changing altitudes.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Rene Marsh) The recent warnings about Airbus rapid descents, the safety history of this aircraft discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Quest, pilot Les Abend, safety analyst David Soucie & former NTSB director Deborah Hersman about the plane crash in the Alps; flight route shown. [QUEST, ABEND, HERSMAN, SOUCIE - offer views on Germanwings, communications issues, a likely emergency on the plane, information, the significance of the debris field.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Marsh, Rene
Duration:
00:12:30

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