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McDonnell Douglas / Washington, DC-10 / Safety Changes #30677

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 25, 1974
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(Studio) National Transportation Safety Bd. says McDonnell Douglas DC-10 aircraft has unsafe cargo doors. More Federal Aviation Administration safety changes necessary.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Long Beach, California) McDonnell Douglas insists new safety features were added to DC-10 cargo doors; all cargo doors reinspected after Turkish airliner crashed near Paris; crash attributed to faulty cargo door. [President Douglas Aircraft John BRIZENDINE - admits Turkish airliner didn't have safety feature on cargo door as ordered by FAA.] Federal Aviation Administration orders major design analysis of improvements possibly needed.
REPORTER: Jules Bergman (film from McDonnell Douglas Company)

Bergman, Jules;
Smith, Howard K.

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