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France / Plane Crash / Co-Pilot #1081083

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 28, 2015
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(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.

(Seyne, France: Bill Neely) The investigation in Germany of co-pilot Andrea Lubitz, who crashed the Germanwings plane Flight 9525 into the French Alps, featured; details given about his medical problems, his motivation as relayed by his ex-girlfriend; scenes shown from the mountain crash site. [French police spokesman Lt. Col. Xavier VIELENC@- says body identification is first priority.] [Helicopter pilot David HURAULT@- says there are millions of pieces....]

(Studio: Peter Alexander) Live discussion held with former NTSB investigator Greg Feith@ about the crash investigation. [FEITH - says the investigation is focused on the co-pilot & airlines cockpit protocols.]

Alexander, Peter;
Neely, Bill

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