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Eye On America (Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing Victims' Families) #343984

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 24, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(No location given: Bob Faw) The story of the families of the victims of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 and their legal quest against the airlines featured; scenes shown of one family whose husband and father, John Cummock, was killed in the bombing and from the crash site. [Three Cummock KIDS, wife Vickie CUMMOCK - comment.] [Victim's mother Eleanor HUDSON - explains how their life has been changed.] Families' frustration with the Warsaw Convention, designed to compensate the victims of airplane disasters, outlined. [Air Transport Association Nancy VAN DUYNE - says the convention is outdated.] Move to support the Montreal Protocol, which would replace the 60- year-old Warsaw Convention, noted. [Transportation Secretary Andrew CARD - comments.] Opening Monday of civil suit against Pan Am noted. [CUMMOCK - comments further on the frustration with the system.]

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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