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White House / Plane Crash #358861

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 12, 1994
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(Studio: Dan Rather, Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(White House: Rita Braver) The questions regarding the pilot of the single-engine plane, who managed to get by security officials unnoticed and crash outside the White House before dying, examined; scenes shown of the wreckage. [US Secret Service Carl MEYER - says the plane had not been spotted prior to landing.] [President CLINTON - assures the public that the people's house will be kept safe and public and business will carry on as usual.] The pilot Frank Corder, reported having a history of mental problems. [Harford County Airpark manager Joe KESSER - says Corder was on drugs.] [Brother John CORDER, aunt Edith DISHMAN - talk about their relative.]

(Washington: Jim Stewart) The issue of security around the White House observed. [Former Secret Service agent Larry SHEAFE, security specialist Neil LIVINGSTONE - talk about the incident.] February 1974, film shown of a stolen helicopter that landed on the White House property. [Aviation security analyst Frank McGUIRE - says security follows the president.]

Braver, Rita;
Chung, Connie;
Rather, Dan;
Stewart, Jim

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