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Atlantic Ocean / Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) Flight 800 Crash / The Hometowns #370605

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 21, 1996
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Remembrances for the victims of Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) Flight 800 in the small town like Stevenson, Alabama, shown.

(Montoursville, Pennsylvania: Diana Gonzalez) A day of worship in the town of Montoursville, Pennsylvania, home for 16 school children and their chaperons, who died on the flight, featured; scenes shown from the Catholic Church and the school, whose wall is covered with letters from friends and from around the world. [Pastor Reverend Stephen McGOUGH, victim's aunt Darliss STARR - remember the kids.]

(Studio: Anthony Mason) The continued search for clues to the crash noted; scenes shown of ships off Long Island.

Gonzalez, Diana;
Mason, Anthony

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