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Hawaii / Submarine-Fishing Boat Collision / Investigation #195678

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 24, 2001
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Honolulu: Neal Karlinsky) The investigation into the collision two weeks ago of the submarine USS Greeneville and a Japanese fishing boat updated; details given of plans to question fire control technician Bob Brandhuber, commander Captain Scott Waddle and two others; scenes shown of the sub in dry dock and from the Coast Guard search for those missing. [Coast Guard spokesman Lieutenant Greg FONDRAN - comments on the search.] The strategy to ease tensions between the United States and Japan over the incident outlined.

Brown, Aaron;
Karlinsky, Neal

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