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Atlantic Ocean / Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) Flight 800 Crash #613649

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 24, 1996
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(Atlanta: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(New York: Bob Faw) Anger and frustration of families of the victims of TWA Flight 800 in response to confusing reports on the sighting and recovery of bodies featured; scenes shown of ongoing recovery efforts. [French family MEMBER, victim's brothers Max DADI, Michal OLIVER - complain about the slow recovery of their loved ones.] [Victims' relative Joe LYCHNER, family MEMBER - comment on their frustration with officials.] Funerals for some of the crash victims shown.

(Atlanta: Tom Brokaw) Announcement that President Clinton will visit the families of the victims of Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) Flight 800 tomorrow noted. The bill that would require airlines to provide the NTSB with their passenger lists within one hour of a plane crash outlined.

(New York: Robert Hager) The ongoing recovery effort featured; scenes shown of the salvage operation to recover plane parts and bodies and animation of the underwater crash site presented. [NTSB Robert FRANCIS, diver Michael BOSELER - comment on the recovery.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Faw, Bob;
Hager, Robert

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