July 10, 2003
Market: Portland. OR [P0] 
Aired On: KOIN
Show: KOIN 6 News at SAM
Estimated Audience Number: 9,500
Estimated Media Value (Per 30 seconds): $28.65
05:43:58.36 Bradach- nalls seventh engineer support battalion was clearing mines near the city of Karbala Tuesday when the accident happened. He was going to the rescue of a fellow marine, injured by a mine, when he triggered another explosive device. All but one of the wrongful death lawsuits… [f]rom the crash of an Alaska Airlines plane in 2000… have been settled. Each case was settled for millions of dollars — among the largest settlements ever in an air disaster case. The plane was flying from Mexico to San Francisco and Seattle [w]hen it crashed off the coast of California
Market: Denver. CO [DV] 
Aired On: KMGH
show: 7 News at 10 PM
Estimated Audience Number: 83,400
Estimated Media Value (Per 30 seconds)
22:09:33.12 Covering Colorado, inspectors are still trying to determine the exact cause of the accident at Coors Field last Wednesday that injured 32 people.
All escalators at Coors Field were turned off after the incident and future use of the escalators will be determined pending the outcome of the city and county of Denver’s inspection report. >>> New tonight, the families of three people who were among 18 killed in a plane crash in Aspen two years ago accepted nearly $12 million today in a last-minute settlement with Avjet. The Los Angeles judge announced the end of the lawsuit as a jury was about to discuss damages. The jury had already awarded the families in punitive damages.
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