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Newfoundland Crash Follow-Up #306487

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 21, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Govt. reported inspecting safety records of most charter airlines, especially Arrow Air after latter's involvement in Newfoundland plane crash in December in which large number United States military personnel died.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Peter Van Sant) Indications of poor maintenance and safety violations of Arrow Air plane involved in Newfoundland crash examined; scenes shown. Internal Arrow Air documents shown, quoted on screen. [Representative Guy MOLINARI - feels Federal Aviation Administration was negligent.] Request of Federal Aviation Administration by Arrow Air pilot Michael Sangenus quoted on screen. [Former Arrow Air flight attendant Kevin HEALY - explains leaving airline due to company's coverup of safety problems.] Temporary suspension of Arrow Air as military charter recalled, explained.

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Van Sant, Peter
Duration:
00:02:20

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