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Eye On America (New York, New York / American Airlines Flight 587) #651916

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 13, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Belle Harbor, New York: Lee Cowan) The aftermath of the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 in two neighborhoods in New York City, the crash site in Belle Harbor and the home of many crash victims in Manhattan, featured; scenes shown of the crash site. [New York City firefighter Jim CASHIN - says he saw crash victims' bodies still in their seats.] [Church of Saint Elizabeth Reverend Monsignor Gerald WALSH - talks about crash victim Felix Sanchez.] [Friend Moises PEREZ - talks about victim Ruben Rodriguez.] [New York Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - says the communities do not deserve so much grief.] [New York City firefighter Kevin LUNNY - says people ask each other if their families are all right.]

Cowan, Lee;
Rather, Dan

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