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France / Plane Crash / Co-Pilot / A Discussion (Part I) #1081397

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 02, 2015
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The new developments in the tragedy of Germanwings Flight 9525 introduced; photos shown of co-pilot Andreas Lubitz.

(Dusseldorf: Pamela Brown) The evidence indicating Lubitz's actions were premeditated, the recovery of the flight data recorder, Lubitz's depression & medical issues examined. [French prosecutor Brice ROBIN@- {thru translator} comments on Lubitz's actions in the cockpit.] Lubitz's behavior in the final days when he searched the Internet about suicide & cockpit doors & his everyday actions discussed.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) The effects of Lubitz's depression medication, the relevance of his Internet searches & the questions about doctors' duties in such a situation discussed.

Reporter(s):
Blitzer, Wolf;
Brown, Pamela;
Gupta, Sanjay
Duration:
00:07:10

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