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Scotland / Pan Am Plane Crash / Lockerbie / Investigation #560378

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 24, 1988
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(Lockerbie, Scotland: Mike Boettcher) Impact of last Wednesday's plane crash on Lockerbie featured; scenes shown of debris and of town. [Victim's relative Joe HORGAN - comments.] [In Christmas speech, voice of Queen ELIZ. - offers comfort.] [Residents Mary McGREGOR, Mrs. ADAMSON - talk about Christmas and the disaster.]

(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(London, England: Robert Hager) Continue of investigation of crash reported; review given of known data from plane's instruments, scenes shown of debris in and around Lockerbie. Causing of crash by bomb or structural defect considered.

Boettcher, Mike;
Chung, Connie;
Hager, Robert

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