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Ethiopia / Plane Crash #1135507

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 11, 2019
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Matt Gutman) The investigation into the crash of a Boeing 737 airplane in Ethiopia featured; scenes of the plane debris on the ground, diagrams of the flight & from the Indonesia crash from last October shown. [Retired USMC Col. Stephen GANYARD†- says the plane was porpoisining; adds the critical need for the black boxes.] How compact the crash site is due to the deep descent discussed.

(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Washington airport: David Kerley) The questions about the safety of the Boeieng 737 Max 8 jets after two crashes examined; details given about the position of the Assn. of Professional Flight Attendants quoted. [Airline passengers Judy DURBIN†, Kyle ENGLISH†- worry about flying that Boeing plane.] The lack of evidence that the two Max 9 crashes are related discussed.

Muir, David;
Gutman, Matt;
Kerley, David

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