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France / Plane Crash / The Cockpit / Co-Pilot / A Discussion (Part III) #1081150

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 30, 2015
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The leak in "Bild" of the information on the cockpit voice recorder for Germanwings Flight 9525 that was crashed into the French Alps by co-pilot Andreas Lubitz.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) New reports about the mental & medical problems for Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who crashed Flight 9525 into the French Alps, introduced; cockpit diagram shown.

(Studio: Tom Foreman) The timeline in the transcript account of what happened at the reinforced cockpit door presented; plane diagram shown.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O'Toole & CNN's Richard Quest about the co-pilot's motivation. [O'TOOLE - speculates about the multiple motives for suicide/homicide.] [QUEST - comments on the leaking of the cockpit voice recorder transcript; explains why airlines rules will be changed.]

Reporter(s):
Blitzer, Wolf;
Foreman, Tom
Duration:
00:07:50

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