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Buffalo, New York / Plane Crash / Investigation #932518

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 14, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(New York: Jason Carroll) The investigation into the commuter plane crash near Buffalo, New York, featured; details given about the low salary of First Officer Rebecca Shaw, who commuted cross-country to the doomed flight & about pilot training in light of Capt. Marvin Renslow's failure of test flights & lack of training. [Former NTSB investigator Peter GOELZ†- says we are not paying pilots enough.] [Shaw's mother Lyn MORRIS†- reacts to what her daughter was making.] [[Former NTSB investigator Ben BERMAN†- comments on Renslow's pattern of failure.] [Former DOT inspector general Mary SCHIAVO†- comments on minimum requirements.] [Air Line Pilots Assn. Capt. Paul RICE†- talks about pilots & the business of flying.] [Regional Airline Assn. Roger COHEN†, PASSENGER - respond on the pay issue.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Carroll, Jason
Duration:
00:05:30

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