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Air Safety / Commuter Planes / Michigan Crash #371925

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 11, 1997
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Reports introduced.

(Monroe County, Michigan: Frank Currier) The investigation into the crash of Comair Flight 3272 in Michigan featured; scenes shown from the accident site in Monroe County, Michigan. [NTSB John HAMMERSCHMIDT - cites the recovery of the plane's data boxes.] [Victim's son Randy WANSEDEL, stress counselor Mike CRAWFORD - comment on loss.]

(New York: Randall Pinkston) The issue of safety problems in the commuter airline industry examined; scenes shown from the United States Air accident in Bangor, ME and the crash site in Michigan. [January 14, 1995, Secretary of Transportation Federico PENA - wants flight safety.] Commuter airline safety rules outlined on screen. [Aviation Safety Institution Mike OVERLY - comments on the new rules.]

Currier, Frank;
Mason, Anthony;
Pinkston, Randall

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