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Miami, Florida / ValuJet Plane Crash #406983

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 11, 1996
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) Breaking news of the crash of ValuJet DC-9 Flight 592 in the Florida Everglades near Miami this morning featured; scenes shown from the crash site. [NTSB Vice chairman Robert FRANCIS - gives the latest on the ValuJet crash.]

(Studio: Martin Savidge) Discussion of and speculation on various aspects of the crash with fmr. NTSB member Vernon Grose presented. [GROSE - talks about the recovery problem due to the remoteness of the crash and the water and mud in the Everglades and the safety inspection record of the plane.] The addition of former Federal Aviation Administration chief of staff Michael Goldfarb to the discussion introduced. [GOLDFARB - talks about the types of plane inspections and explains what they mean.]

Savidge, Martin

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