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California / Plane Crash #554082

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 11, 1987
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles, California: Don Oliver) Scenes shown of memorial service for PSA employees killed in crash in San Luis Obispo Cnty., California; details given. Supvr. Ray Thomson mentioned target of fired employee David Burke. Scenes shown of crash site. [FBI spokesperson Richard BRETZING - says Burke wrote letter to Thomson found at site.] Employees at Los Angeles International Airport reported allowing Burke to bypass security screening and enter plane when he showed identification Airport security reported claiming proper Federal Aviation Administration measures followed. [Los Angeles International Airport general manager Clifton MOORE - Federal Aviation Administration plan's implementation needs scrutinizing.] television newsman shown bypassing security by flashing another former airport employee's identification card; details given. [Former sky chief worker Randy LINKMEYER - airport isn't security] Scenes shown of Chevron Oil executive Jocelyn Kemp's memorial service. No. of needless deaths cited.

Brokaw, Tom;
Oliver, Don

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