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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania / USAir Flight 427 Crash / Investigation #601739

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 10, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Pittsburgh airport: Robert Hager) The investigation into the crash of USAir Flight 427 near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, featured; scenes shown from the crash site. [Beaver County coroner Wayne TATALOVICH - comments.] Transcripts of communications between the cockpit and controllers quoted and information revealed by the plane's flight recorder noted. Previous 737 accidents recalled.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Pittsburgh: Bob Faw) Hometown grief following the deaths of five members of the Earl Weaver family featured; scenes shown from their town. [Upper Saint Clair high school football Dan STELLUTE, Westminster Presbyterian Church Pastor David TURNER - react to the tragedy.] Ways of handling the trauma suffered by friends, relatives and residents detailed. [Our Lady of Fatima school principal Sister Jane FADGEN - comments.]

Faw, Bob;
Hager, Robert;
Williams, Brian

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