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Louisiana / Plane Crash #284698

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 11, 1982
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(Studio) Possible role of wind in recent crash of Pan Am flight 759 outside New Orleans, Louisiana, airport noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(New Orleans, Louisiana) Memorial services for crash victims examined. [ABP. - offers prayers; reads names of local victims; calls for remembrance.] Florida memorial for co-pilot Don. Pierce noted; photograph shown. Rachael Schultz, ground victim, noted transferred to Texas burn center.
REPORTER: Bruce Hall

(Studio) Dual purpose in examining crash debris explained.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Kenner, LA) Continue investigation discussed. [National Trans. Safety Bd. spokesperson Carol ROBERTS - notes poor quality of cockpit recorder.] [Mayor Aaron BROUSSARD - is frustrated with slowness of clean-up process.] [Sheriff Harry LEE - notes large amount of money found.] [Dr. Donna KENNEDY - notes irony in being late for flight.]
REPORTER: Karen Stone

Dean, Morton;
Hall, Bruce;
Stone, Karen

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