CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 27, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN aviation analysts about the Pance plane landing story. [CNN aviation analyst Les ABEND- says the runway was wet from snow so the plane likely hydroplaned upon landing.] [Passenger CNN producer Elizabeth LANDERS- describes what happened on the plane fishtailing & is now happening on the ground; outlines what Pence is doing tonight with tomorrow back on schedule.] [CNN aviation analyst Miles O'BRIEN- explains landing problems at LaGuardia.] [CNN safety analyst David SOUCIE - explains the breakaway system on the runway to slow the plane.] [Former inspector general Mary SCHIAVO- explains what happens with water on a runway.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, David Chalian) The impact of this airport accident on the Pence campaign schedule discussed; LaGuardia Airport shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news that Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence's plane skidded off the runway at LaGuardia Airport in New York City reviewed; scenes shown from the airport runaway. [Passenger CNN producer Elizabeth LANDERS- describes what happened on the flight to New York for a fund raiser in Manhattan & the specifics of the plane's landing with Pence's fund raiser called off.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, David Chalian) The ongoing political race discussed; scenes shown of Donald Trump campaigning in Geneva, Ohio. [CNN safety analysts David SOUCIE, Miles O'BRIEN - offer views on the timetable for the airport investigation, the narrow margin for error at this kind of airport.]
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