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Mediterranean Sea / Plane Crash / A Discussion (Part I) #1098924

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 20, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman) The search for the missing EgyptAir Flight 804 that crashed into the Mediterranean Sea that likely was terrorism examined; photos shown of victims' relatives. [Egyptian tourism minister Yehia RASHED†- says there is no evidence yet.] [Co-pilot uncle Yassir Abdel GHAFFAR†- talks about his nephew.]

(Studio: John Berman; Washington: Evan Perez) The initial indications from the plane's messages about a fire with a mechanical failure discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's aviation analyst Miles O'Brien, victims' attorney Mary Schiavo, David Soucie & Richard Quest about the plane crash. [QUEST, O'BRIEN - offer views on what the plane's messages indicate about the brain of the aircraft, but the black boxes are crucial, possible mechanical problems on the plane, how a number of systems went wrong quickly, a possible bomb scenario.]

Reporter(s):
Berman, John;
Perez, Evan
Duration:
00:10:30

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