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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Kathleen Sullivan
(Dallas, Texas) Circumstances surrounding crash of Delta flight 191 at Dallas-Fort Worth airport yesterday examined; films shown. [Witness Anthony ROGERS - describes scene.] [Survivor Jay SLUSHER - recalls crash.] No. donating blood for survivors mentioned. Governor Mark White's tour of scene cited.
REPORTER: Chris Bury
(Dallas, Texas) Investigation into crash discussed. [National Trans. Safety Bd. chairperson Patrick BURSLEY - cites possible causes of accident.] [SLUSHER - thinks wind shear was responsible.] Wind shear phenomenon explained. [Delta spokesperson Matt GUILFOYLE - notes LIOII's safety record.] Safety record of both airport and Delta Airlines cited; wind shear recalled blamed for July 1982 crash in New Orleans and June 1975 New York City crash; Dallas-Fort Worth airport's wind shear radar said not include Doppler equipment.
REPORTER: Mike Von Fremd
- Bury, Chris;
- Sullivan, Kathleen;
- von Fremd, Mike
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