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Rhodesian Plane Crash and Slayings #500871

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 05, 1978
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(Studio) Search by Rhodesian troops for guerrillas accused of killing 10 air crash survivors reported Crash recalled.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Rhodesia) Site of Air Rhodesia Viscount plane crash filmed, near Kariba. Joshua Nkomo quoted with regard to taking credit for crash, but denying later slaughter. Rhodesians discount crash of plane attributable to rocket. Guerrilla threat in area of crash said known. Details of slayings given. 3 said survivors of massacre. [Survivor Diane HANSEN - recounts death scene.] [MAN - questions humanity of slayers.] Effect of crash and slayings on peaceful settlement of Rhodesian problems noted. Ian Smith role considered.
REPORTER: Martin Fletcher

Chancellor, John;
Fletcher, Martin

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