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Atlantic Ocean / Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) Flight 800 Crash / Lychner #410825

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 16, 1997
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The opening to reporters of the hangar holding wreckage from the Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) Flight 800 plane that crash six months ago reported; scenes shown from Calverton, New York, of the plane parts.

(New York: Mary Ann McGann) The story of Joe Lychner, whose wife and daughters died in the crash, updated. [July 24, 1996, LYCHNER - talks about his loss and living in the house alone; speaks out for the other families; outlines what is on his Pam Lychner web page.] [Sculptor Patrick McGUIRE - describes his art work featuring the Lychner family.]

McGann, Mary Ann;
Shaw, Bernard

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