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Air Safety / Atr Planes / American Eagle Crash #354449

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 30, 1994
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Orr) Further questioning of the safety of ATR model planes examined; scenes shown from the site of last month's American Eagle plane crash in Indiana; contradictory positions of the NTSB and Federal Aviation Administration on whether ATRs should be allowed to fly in icy weather noted. [American Eagle spokesman Marty HEIRES - states flight policy.] [Aviation safety analyst Wayne WILLIAMS, International Airline Passengers Association David STEMPLER, American Eagle passenger Mark KENNEDY - comment on who makes the decisions whether or not to fly.]

Orr, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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