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Lexington, Kentucky / Plane Crash / Nance Interview #837501

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 28, 2006
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(New Orleans: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Lexington, Kentucky: Lisa Stark) The crash of Comair Flight 5191 in Lexington, Kentucky, after takeoff because the plane was on the wrong runway featured; scenes shown of the airport runway; diagrams shown. [NTSB Deborah HERSMAN†- comments on the investigation.] [Former pilot John COX†- says stopping the plane was not an option.] Two other runway accidents reviewed; scenes shown. [Aerospace flight operations director Markus JOHNSON†- talks about the warning system.] [Lexington police officer Bryan JARED†, friend of victim Tao VEERASETHKUL†- react.]

(New Orleans: Charles Gibson) Live interview held with aviation consultant John Nance about the accident. [NANCE - says it is easy to get on the wrong runway; explains how the runway problem could be solved.]

Gibson, Charles;
Stark, Lisa

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