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Indian Ocean / Missing Plane / Debris #1087349

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 30, 2015
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jim Avila) The startling discovery of a piece of the wing from Malaysian Flight 370 featured; scenes shown from Reunion Island, where the flapiron part {part 657-BB} was found. [Former NTSB official Tom HAEUTER@, Metron, Inc. oceanographer retired Capt. Van GURLEY@- speculate about the plane flaps, the drift & the likely analysis.]

(Studio: David Muir) Live discussion held with ABC aviation analyst retired Col. Stephen Ganyard about the debris clues. [GANYARD - outlines two scenarios indicated by the plane panel, which will not tell us where the rest of the plane is located.]

Muir, David;
Avila, Jim

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