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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The plane crash into a New York City high-rise building, killing New York Yankees baseball player Cory Lidle, reported; picture of Lidle and scenes of the burning apartment building shown. [2 WITNESSES - describe what happened.]
(New York: Eric Shawn) The plane crash featured; map and scenes of firefighters in the street and the burning building shown. [New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG- says terrorism was not involved.]
(Washington: Catherine Herridge) The Homeland Security response to the plane crash featured; scenes shown from within an operations center in Washington DC. [Deputy Attorney General Paul McNULTY- suggests that the crash was not an act of terrorism.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Lidle’s history noted.
(New York: John Discepolo) The baseball players’ reactions at Shea Stadium to the news of Lidle’s death reviewed.
- Smith, Shepard;
- Shawn, Eric;
- Herridge, Catherine;
- Discepolo, John
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