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France / Concorde Crash #394827

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 26, 2000
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Paris: Tom Fenton) The investigation into the crash of the Air France Concorde in Gonesse, France, reported; amateur video shown of the plane before the crash; scenes shown of the crash site in Gonesse, France. [Air France spokesman Francois BROUSSE - talks about repairs on the engine that failed.] [Survivor Alice BROOKING - talks about the crash.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Moenchengladbach, Germany: Allen Pizzey) Memorial services in Germany for the victims of the Concorde crash reported. [German Chancellor Gerhard SCHROEDER(thru translator) - says Germany is shaken.] [Travel agent Christian STATTROP - talks about feeling "emptiness".] [Police spokesman Peter SPERZ(thru translator) - talks about identifying the dead.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) The identification of the only American Concorde crash victim, Christopher Behrens, reported.

Fenton, Tom;
Pizzey, Allen;
Rather, Dan

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