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Alabama / Train Wreck #352755

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 22, 1993
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(Washington: Dan Rather, Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Mobile: Diana Gonzalez) Wreck of an Amtrak train that plunged off a bridge in Alabama featured; scenes shown from the bayou crash site. [Two PASSENGERS - describe what happened.] [Amtrak official Clifford BLACK, Transportation Secretary Federico PENA - comment on leads to the cause of the crash.] [Passenger Michael DOPHEID - comments on rescues.]

(Los Angeles: Sandra Hughes) Railroad safety examined; scenes shown from Los Angeles, the point of origin for the train that crashed. [WOMAN - comments.] [Citizen Action Robert CREAMER, National Association of Railroad Passengers Ross CAPON - talk about rail safety.] Two recent crashes recalled; scenes shown.

Reporter(s):
Chung, Connie;
Gonzalez, Diana;
Hughes, Sandra;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:03:50

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