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Hawaii / United Airlines Fuselage Accident #325726

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 25, 1989
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Honolulu, Hawaii: Jerry Bowen) Investigation into cause of accident on United Airlines flight 811, in which part of fuselage ripped off just out of Hawaii, featured; scenes shown of Coast Guard search for plane's debris and of damaged plane. [NTSB investigator Lee DICKINSON - explains what will be inspected.] [Passengers Linda BAHNA, William PEREL - describe incident.] [Aviation attorney and passenger Bruce LAMPERT - explains why it was not caused by explosive device.] [Ex-Federal Aviation Administration inspector Carl HUTCHINSON - discusses cargo door.] Federal Aviation Administration order to inspect cargo door locks recalled. [United Airlines spokesperson Russell MACK - says United does not feel door lock is issue here.] [PASSENGER - comments on continuing flight.]

Schieffer, Bob;
Bowen, Jerry

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