CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 11, 2000
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Seattle, Washington: Bob Orr) Concerns about airport runway incursions & methods for reducing the risk of runway collisions and near-collisions examined. [Former accident investigator John PURVIS - says there is a potential for accidents.] [FAA John MAYRHOFER - says the goal is to eliminate incursions.] [Radar technician John HUGHES - talks about a new system.] [Sea-Tac Airport manager Gina Marie LINDSEY - describes the system at the Seattle airport.]
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