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Tampa, Florida / Plane Crash #654630

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 06, 2002
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Washington: Robert Hager) The suicide crash of a small plane piloted by 15-year-old Charles Bishop into an office building in Tampa, Florida, featured; scenes shown from the Saint Petersburg, Florida, airport. [Tampa police department Chief Bennie HOLDER - says Bishop's note indicated he acted alone.] [Two EYEWITNESSES - describe the plane flying into the building.] The issue of security for private planes and flight schools outlined. [Former NTSB chairman Jim BURNETT - calls for psychological exams for general pilots.] [Bruce DECKITY - says schools need greater control of plane keys.]

Reporter(s):
Hager, Robert;
Seigenthaler, John
Duration:
00:02:40

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