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Plane Crash #251144

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 27, 1977
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(Studio) 16 people boarded Pan American plane in NYC, rest of 406 on plane boarded in Los Angeles.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Los Angeles, California) Pan American flight left Los Angeles International Airport as part of tour organized by San Francisco travel agency, Royal Cruise Lines; tour incld. Mediterranean voyage aboard ship, "The Golden Odyssey." Pan American spokesperson say passenger list won't be given till next of kin notified.
REPORTER: Richard Wagner

(Studio) KLM says its flight originated in Amsterdam and most of passengers were Dutch vacationers. 1 Pan American survivor is Jim Naik; Naik's comments noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Dean, Morton;
Wagner, Richard

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