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(Studio: Dan Rather) Reports introd.
(Dallas, Texas: Peter Van Sant) [National Trans. Safety Bd. spokesperson Lee DICKINSON - says engine problem was responsible for yesterday's crash.] [Survivor Peter WRIGHT - comments on ordeal.] Engine compressor stall illus. [Engine expert Richard ABOULAFIA - comments.] Last year's Federal Aviation Administration warning with regard to engines recalled. NTSB's recommendations with regard to potential engine failure quoted on screen. [Air safety engineer Richard WOOD - comments on 727 engines.] [Survivor Troy PRATER - comments on crash.] Flight recorder data noted being examined.
(Dallas, Texas: Bob McNamara) [Survivor Ronnie BLACK - comments on boarding flight 1141 today.] [Delta passenger Linda ESTELLE - comments on flight.] [Delta spokesperson Henry CONLEY - announces yet another compressor stall.] [Passenger John SILVER -quotes pilot.] [Survivors David MOSAL and Tammy ROBERT - comment on reaching destination.] [SILVER - says he isn't scared.]
- McNamara, Bob;
- Rather, Dan;
- Van Sant, Peter
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