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Poland / Plane Crash / Boxing Team #509305

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 14, 1980
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(Studio) Crash of jetliner in Warsaw reported; United States amateur boxing team noted among victims.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Warsaw, Poland) Boxing team's scheduled Polish match noted; details of crash given, films shown.
REPORTER: Martin Fletcher

(No location given) Careers of victims Lemuel Steeples, Tyrone Clayton, coach Torn Johnson examined; films, photos shown. [Trainer Albert FENNELL - recalls Clayton.] Marvis Frazier quoted; teammate Jimmy Clark noted missing flight due to weather. [CLARK - comments.] [JOHNSON - coaches boxers.] [Sugar Ray LEONARD - comments on Johnson.]
REPORTER: Al Johnson (KYW-TV newstape)

Chancellor, John;
Fletcher, Martin

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