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Miami, Florida / ValuJet Plane Crash / Investigation #612459

NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 18, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(The Florida Everglades: Kerry Sanders) The ongoing investigation at the site of the crash of ValuJet Flight 592 in the Florida Everglades featured; scenes shown from the crater and of parts of the plane that have been found so far. [Geophysical Survey Systems, Incorporated, Thomas FENNER - explains how radar will help in the search for plane parts.] [Crash victim's father Gerald WALKER, SON - comment.] Complaints that lawyers are trolling for business among the victims' families noted. [Relative of victim Alex YEATES, grief counselor Victoria COMMOCK - react to the lawyers.]

Sanders, Kerry;
Williams, Brian

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