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Lexington, Kentucky / Plane Crash #841152

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Aug 27, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Lexington, Kentucky: David Mattingly) The investigation into the crash of Comair Flight 5191 in Lexington, Kentucky, updated; scenes shown from the crash site; details given of evidence that the plane was on the wrong runway. [NTSB Debbie HERSMAN†- comments on the investigation.] [Comair president Don BORNHORST†- comments on notifying victims’ families.] The timeframe for getting information from the plane’s black boxes discussed.

(Studio: Carol Lin) What is known about some of the victims {Jon Hooker†, Scarlett Parsley†, Mike Finley† and Pat Smith†} reviewed. A report in Lexington’s “Herald-Leader” newspaper on criticism from victims’ relatives on how Comair and the city of Lexington handled the news quoted.

Lin, Carol;
Mattingly, David

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