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Sioux City, Iowa / Plane Crash / Investigation #328133

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 24, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Death toll resulting from last week's United Airlines DC-10 crash reported Report introduced.

(Sioux City, Iowa: Mark Phillips) NTSB's investigation reported focusing upon tail section of plane; details given, scenes shown. [Iowa Air National Guard sergeant Pat KENALEY - comments.] [Aviation engineer Ned CLARKE - comments on DC-10 hydraulic systems.] DC-10 compared to L-1011. [Aerospace engineer Thomas CORKE - comments.] [McDonnell Douglas vice president Dale WARREN - comments on safety.] DC-10 noted having high accident rate.

Reporter(s):
Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:40

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