ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 02, 1998
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Windsor, Canada: Lisa Stark) Government crash test confirmation that sport utility vehicles and regular vehicles are not compatible in crashes examined; details given of problems with the design of the SUVs, which sit much higher than cars. [National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Ricardo MARTINEZ, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Brian O'NEILL, Ford Motor Company vice president Helen PETRAUSKAS - explain what compatibility means and the design changes that are necessary.] [Crash victim's husband Glenn de VEER - cites the dangers of SUVs.]
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