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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 02, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Ueberlingen: Alessio Vinci) The midair collision over Germany of a Boeing cargo plane & a Russian passenger jet featured; scenes shown from the crash site in Ueberlingen, including pieces of wreckage. [Eyewitness Gerhard DEMSKI†- (thru translator) describe what happened.] [German traffic minister Kurt BODEWIG†- (thru translator) hopes we can find out the sequence of events.] The search for the planes' black boxes & the absence of casualties on the ground discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Ufa, Russia: Jill Dougherty) The youngest victims of the Russian plane crash, who were en route from Bashkortostan† to Spain for vacation, featured; scenes shown from Ufa†, Russia. [Victim's grandfather Mikhail STARTSEV†, assistant chief doctor Rashidam YUSUPOVA†, Bashkortostan† deputy prime minister Khalyaf ISHMURATOV†- (thru translator) react to the tragedy.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Dougherty, Jill;
Vinci, Alessio

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