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France / Plane Crash / A Discussion / Victims (Part IV) #1080775

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 25, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "New York Times" report that he black box from the Germanwings plane {Flight 9525} that crashed in the French Alps indicated one pilot was locked out of the cockpit introduced; report quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with former NTSB managing director Peter Goelz, safety analyst David Soucie & CNN's Richard Quest about the NYT report on the plane. [In-studio, SOUCIE, QUEST - comment on the switch to open the cockpit door, why there could be no cell phone calls from the plane.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Remembering the victims opera singer Oleg Briyak% & Maria Radner%, three Americans, including Emily & Yvonne Selke, two Australians, a Spanish woman with her baby & others, including 16 German students, presented; scenes & photos shown. [Voice of friend Stpehen HARRISON@- speaks about the tragic news.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:05:50

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