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Newfoundland / Military Plane Crash Follow-Up #93644

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 13, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Fort Campbell, Kentucky) Base's reaction to deaths of members of 101st Airborne division in Newfoundland plane crash featured; scenes shown. [Colonel Bernard NASS - describes grieving process, Army's effort to support dependents.] [Lorie HULL - reacts to husband Pvt. Jeffrey Hull's death.] [Christine SALAZAR - comments.] [Brenda HARRINGTON - describes learning that husband Pvt. Eric Harrington had missed the flight.] Family of victim Corporal Tom Foskey mentioned; photos shown. President Reagan mentioned arriving here Monday
REPORTER: Rebecca Chase

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Reaction of multintl. peacekeeping force in Sinai to peers' deaths in Newfoundland crash examined; scenes shown. [Sinai commander Egil INBRIGTSTEN - praises United States troops.] Multintl. force's use of Arrow Air charter flights noted. [PEOPLE - react to disaster.] Chris Carlin's decision to tour Israel noted resulting in his missing flight.
REPORTER: Bob Zelnick

Chase, Rebecca;
Jennings, Peter;
Zelnick, Bob

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