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Pensacola, Florida / Delta Jet Accident #409236

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 07, 1996
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) Reports introduced.

(Pensacola, Florida: Charles Zewe) Investigation into the incident at the Pensacola, Florida, airport in which the engine of Delta Flight 1288 exploded sending shrapnel into the passenger cabin killing two people outlined; scenes shown of the plane. [Delta Airlines spokesman Bill BERRY, NTSB board member George BLACK - comment.] A similar problem with the same type of engine suffered by a Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) Flight in Omaha, Nebraska, reported.

(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) Discussion of the Delta's Pratt and Whitney engine incident with plane crash investigator Lee Dickinson presented. [DICKINSON - comments on the engine and Delta Airlines.}

Reporter(s):
Meserve, Jeanne;
Savidge, Martin;
Zewe, Charles
Duration:
00:07:20

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