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New York, New York / Plane Crash / Flight 587 / Investigation #654904

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 13, 2001
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Studio: Kathleen Koch) The puzzles in the investigation into the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 in New York City examined; scenes shown from the crash site and parts of the plane. [NTSB's George BLACK - eliminates some possible causes after inspecting the engine; describes what eyewitnesses saw.] Evidence from the cockpit voice recorder reviewed; animated diagrams shown about wake turbulence. [Former NTSB managing director Peter GOETZ - says it was not simple engine failure.] The fact that there is no evidence to indicate this is not an accident discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The "new Ground Zero" in New York City noted.

(Rockaway, New York: Brian Cabell) The reaction of the Queens neighborhood to the plane crash featured. [In Rockaway, New York, father Steve BERGER, mothers Deanine BUCKLEY, Nancy FASH - explain what they told their children about the plane crash.]

Brown, Aaron;
Cabell, Brian;
Koch, Kathleen

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