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Netherlands / Amsterdam Plane Crash / Boeing Fuse Pins #341601

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 06, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Near Amsterdam: Tom Fenton) News from Boeing that it was concerned about fuse pins for its 747 planes prior to the crash of the Israeli El Al cargo plane into an apartment complex in Amsterdam, Netherlands, featured; scenes shown from the crash site. [Boeing Europe spokesman Dick KENNY - comments.] [Aviation safety analyst John NANCE - cites this second departure of engines from wings.] Diagram shown of how the fuse pins work. Reports of a history of mechanical problems on the plane that crashed reviewed.

Fenton, Tom;
Rather, Dan

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