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Miami, Florida / ValuJet Plane Crash #407010

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 13, 1996
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.

(Dade County, Florida: John Zarrella) The investigation into the crash of ValuJet DC-9 Flight 592 this weekend reported; details given of the likely finding of the plane's "black box" or other recording devices.

(Everglades: Charles Zewe) The search for victims and parts of the submerged plane and safety monitoring of the airlines examined; scenes shown. [NTSB Robert FRANCIS, crash victim's brother Cedric KEYES - comment.] [President CLINTON - says American aviation should be the world's safest.] Statement from Transportation Department Inspector general Mary Schiavo that she will not fly marginal airlines, like ValuJet, quoted. [ValuJet president Lewis JORDAN - defends safety.]

(Dade County, Florida: John Zarrella) Associated Press confirmation that the NTSB has recovered the flight data recorder reported.

Woodruff, Judy;
Zarrella, John;
Zewe, Charles

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