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Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas / Plane Crash #323458

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 03, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Dallas, Texas: James Hattori) Investigation into cause of crash of Delta Air Lines plane upon takeoff from Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, airport featured; details given, scenes shown of plane wreckage. [NTSB spokesperson Lee DICKINSON - discusses evidence.] Crew comments on flap alignment outlined on screen; diagram shown. [Ex-NSTB investigator Rudy KAPUSTIN - describes how flaps should have been set.] [Surviving passenger Geoff PARKES - talks about wing flaps.] Death of flight attendant Dixie Dunn mentioned; photograph shown.

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Story in "Washington Post" about pilots' joking comments just before crash reported

Hattori, James;
Schieffer, Bob

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