(Studio: Garrick Utley) Likelihood that locks on cargo doors were cause of accident on United Airlines flight 811 noted. Report introduced.
(Honolulu, Hawaii: Robert Hager) Investigation of plane whose fuselage was ripped open featured; scenes shown of damaged plane. [NTSB spokesperson Lee DICKINSON - says there is no indication of bomb.] FBI noted finding no traces of explosives. [NTSB metallurgist Michael MARX - talks about fractures in damaged areas.] Coast Guard cutters shown collecting debris. Stmt. from United that it will inspect all of its cargo doors accord to FAA directives noted.
- Utley, Garrick;
- Hager, Robert
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