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Miami, Florida / ValuJet Plane Crash / Investigation #369390

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 15, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Orr) Evidence from the wreckage of Flight 592, which suggests confirmation of the theory that fire triggered the crash into the Florida Everglades, examined; scenes shown from the crash site area. [NTSB Robert FRANCIS - comments.] 1986 film shown of a DC-10 destroyed by fire started by oxygen generators. [Federal Aviation Administration Anthony BRODERICK - announces the intensification by the Federal Aviation Administration in its ongoing inspection of ValuJet airplanes.]

(In the Florida Everglades: Art Rascon) A memorial service at the crash site reported; scenes shown of victims' relatives and friends. [Victim's parents Emilio and Mary CUEVAS, Dr. Evelina BESTMAN, victim's brother Dunbar CORNEILLE - comment.]

Orr, Bob;
Rascon, Art;
Rather, Dan

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