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(Studio: Cecilia Vega) The investigation in Germany of co-pilot Andrea Lubitz, who crashed the Germanwings plane Flight 9525 into the French Alps, introduced; scenes shown of victims' relatives near the crash site.
(Montabaur, Germany: Alex Marquardt) The questions about Lubitz's illnesses with evidence he took medication & had vision problems examined; details given about pilot testing. [Father of victim Robert CALVO@- talks about his son.] [Aviation medical examiner Dr. Robert NOVEN@- says there are no guidelines.]
(Studio: Cecilia Vega) Live discussion held with aviation analyst John Nance about pilots. [NANCE - says the best method is having two in the cockpit; explains why doctors cannot report to airlines.]
- Vega, Cecilia;
- Marquardt, Alex
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