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Colorado Plane Crash / Federal Aviation Administration / Transportation Department / Investigation #448642

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 09, 1970
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(Studio) Transportation Secretary John Volpe launches investigation of all US charter plane orgs. and Federal Aviation Administration regulation procedures; Federal Aviation Administration mechanic Don Sizemore authorized plane that crashed in Colorado to carry passengers; all Jack Richards Aircraft Company and Golden Eagle Aviation planes grounded.

(Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) Golden Eagle Corporation growing business; has mail service; company supplied pilots for plane that crashed; wasn't licensed for large planes; Jack Richards Aircraft Company won't comment on business
REPORTER: Jerry Adams (WKY-TV News film)

(Studio) Federal Aviation Administration says didn't know Golden Eagle piloting Wichita State football team.

McGee, Frank

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