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Leading Edge (After The Plane Collision) #439191

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 06, 2001
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(Capitol Hill: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Honolulu, HA: Frank Buckley) The process the pilot of the EP-3 spy plane may have used to land on Hainan Island, China, after the collision with the Chinese fighter jet presented; photos shown of the damaged plane brought down by pilot Shane Osborn. [Former Navy P-3 pilot Patrick RYAN - describes what probably happened on the plane.] [Retired Air Force Lieutenant General Tom McINERNEY - describe what likely happened on the plane.]

Reporter(s):
Buckley, Frank;
Snow, Kate
Duration:
00:02:10

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