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Atlanta, Georgia / Airport Blackout #1118908

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 17, 2017
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) A power outage at the busy Atlanta airport introduced; scenes shown of the darkened airport.

(Dallas airport: Marcus Moore) The shutdown at the Atlanta airport halting holiday travel featured; scenes shown from inside the darkened facility. [Two PASSENGERS- describe what happened.] [In Dallas, traveller David ROBERTSON - talks about his flight delays.] The cause & length of the outage in Atlanta discussed.

(Studio: Tom Llamas) Live discussion held with retired USMC Col. Stephen Ganyard about the blackout. [GANYARD†- says it will have a cascading affect of airlines, how no planes were in danger.]

Llamas, Tom;
Moore, Marcus

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