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In Depth (Tennessee / Fatal Bus Crash) #644669

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 03, 2001
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Washington: Robert Hager) The fatal bus crash near Manchester, Tennessee, after a Croatian national slit the bus drover's throat featured; details given of the nationwide halt of Greyhound bus service several hours and of concerns that buses, trains, and cruise ships will be the next targets; scenes shown of the crash site. [Medical Center of Manchester, Tennessee, Dr. Ralph BARD - says the driver's throat may have been cut with a box cutter.] [FBI Special Agent R. Joe CLARK - says the crash was not a terrorist act, but the act of a disturbed man.] [Terrorism expert Neil LIVINGSTONE - says buses and trains are soft targets.] [Amtrak Vice President Bill SCHULTZ - says bags are not being searched.]

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Hager, Robert
Duration:
00:02:30

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