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SWISSFRANC-SKIING/
RTXX79C
January 28, 2011
Skiers leave the mountain station of the Mount Titlis cablecar (3,020 m/9908 ft) near the Swiss mountain...
Engelberg, Switzerland
To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING
Skiers leave the mountain station of the Mount Titlis cablecar (3,020 m/9908 ft) near the Swiss mountain resort of Engelberg January 28, 2011. The country's strong currency is making many Europeans, Brits and Americans, who'd love to cut through the virgin snow of the Swiss Alps, think twice about spending their holidays and hard-earned cash in its ski resorts. To match story SWISSFRANC-SKIING REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
HONGKONG-CABLECAR
RTR1QPUE
June 12, 2007
A man stands in front of the cable cars of 'Ngong Ping 360', a 5.7 km (3.5 miles) cable car journey up...
Hong Kong, China
A man stands in front of the cable cars of 'Ngong Ping 360' in Hong Kong
A man stands in front of the cable cars of 'Ngong Ping 360', a 5.7 km (3.5 miles) cable car journey up to a giant bronze Buddha on Lantau island, Hong Kong, June 12, 2007. An empty cable car from the 'Ngong Ping 360' crashed more than 50 metres (165 ft) to the ground, shaking confidence in one of the city's top tourist attractions. The tourist attraction has also suffered a string of technical glitches and breakdowns, stranding suspended passengers for hours, since it opened last year. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA)
HONGKONG-CABLECAR
RTR1QPUD
June 12, 2007
A worker inspects a tower from 'Ngong Ping 360', a 5.7 km (3.5 miles) cable car journey up to a giant...
Hong Kong, China
A worker inspects a tower from 'Ngong Ping 360' on Lantau island in Hong Kong
A worker inspects a tower from 'Ngong Ping 360', a 5.7 km (3.5 miles) cable car journey up to a giant bronze Buddha on Lantau island, Hong Kong, June 12, 2007. An empty cable car from the 'Ngong Ping 360' crashed more than 50 metres (165 ft) to the ground, shaking confidence in one of the city's top tourist attractions. The tourist attraction has also suffered a string of technical glitches and breakdowns, stranding suspended passengers for hours, since it opened last year. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA)
HONGKONG-CABLECAR/
RTR1QPUA
June 12, 2007
Workers inspect a tower from 'Ngong Ping 360', a 5.7 km (3.5 miles) cable car journey up to a giant bronze...
Hong Kong, China
Workers inspect a tower from 'Ngong Ping 360' on Lantau island in Hong Kong
Workers inspect a tower from 'Ngong Ping 360', a 5.7 km (3.5 miles) cable car journey up to a giant bronze Buddha on Lantau island, Hong Kong, June 12, 2007. An empty cable car from the 'Ngong Ping 360' crashed more than 50 metres (165 ft) to the ground, shaking confidence in one of the city's top tourist attractions. The tourist attraction has also suffered a string of technical glitches and breakdowns, stranding suspended passengers for hours, since it opened last year. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA)
HONGKONG-CABLECAR/
RTR1QPS9
June 12, 2007
A notice states that the 'Ngong Ping 360', a 5.7 km (3.5 miles) cable car journey up to a giant bronze...
Hong Kong, China
A notice states that the 'Ngong Ping 360', a cable car journey up to a giant bronze Buddha on Lantau...
A notice states that the 'Ngong Ping 360', a 5.7 km (3.5 miles) cable car journey up to a giant bronze Buddha on Lantau island, Hong Kong, is suspended June 12, 2007. An empty cable car from the 'Ngong Ping 360' crashed more than 50 metres (165 ft) to the ground, shaking confidence in one of the city's top tourist attractions. The tourist attraction has also suffered a string of technical glitches and breakdowns, stranding suspended passengers for hours, since it opened last year. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA)
HONGKONG-CABLECAR/
RTR1QPS8
June 12, 2007
Workers inspect a tower from 'Ngong Ping 360', a 5.7 km (3.5 miles) cable car journey up to a giant bronze...
Hong Kong, China
Workers inspect a tower from 'Ngong Ping 360', a cable car journey up to a giant bronze Buddha on Lantau...
Workers inspect a tower from 'Ngong Ping 360', a 5.7 km (3.5 miles) cable car journey up to a giant bronze Buddha on Lantau island, Hong Kong, June 12, 2007. An empty cable car from the 'Ngong Ping 360' crashed more than 50 metres (165 ft) to the ground, shaking confidence in one of the city's top tourist attractions. The tourist attraction has also suffered a string of technical glitches and breakdowns, stranding suspended passengers for hours, since it opened last year. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (CHINA)
FRANCE
RTRQFOU
November 11, 2003
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express" is
tested November 11, 2003 at...
Les Arcs, France
EUROPE'S LARGEST CABLECAR SYSTEM THE VANOISE EXPRESS IS TESTED IN
FRENCH ALPS.
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express" is
tested November 11, 2003 at the ski station of les Arcs in the French
Alps. The doubledecker cars, which each carry 200 people and their ski
equipment, will link the ski stations of Les Arcs and La Plagne and go
into service by Christmas 2003. The project cost around 15 million
Euros (U.S.$16).

REUTERS/Robert Pratta
LYN08D
RTR6PUA
November 11, 2003
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express" is
tested November 11, 2003 at...
Les Arcs, France
EUROPE'S LARGEST CABLECAR SYSTEM THE VANOISE EXPRESS IS TESTED IN
FRENCH ALPS.
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express" is
tested November 11, 2003 at the ski station of les Arcs in the French
Alps. The doubledecker cars, which each carry 200 people and their ski
equipment, will link the ski stations of Les Arcs and La Plagne and go
into service by Christmas 2003. The project will cost around 15 million
Euros (16 million dollars).

REUTERS/Robert Pratta REUTERS
FRANCE
RTR6OVD
November 11, 2003
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at...
Les Arcs, France
EUROPE'S LARGEST CABLECAR SYSTEM IS TESTED IN FRENCH ALPS.
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at the ski station of les Arcs in the
French Alps. The doubledecker cars, which each carry 200 people and
their ski equipment, will link the ski stations of Les Arcs and La
Plagne and go into service by Christmas 2003. The project cost around
15 million Euros (16 million dollars). REUTERS/Robert Pratta

MAL/
FRANCE
RTR6OV0
November 11, 2003
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at...
Les Arcs, France
EUROPE'S LARGEST CABLECAR SYSTEM IS TESTED IN FRENCH ALPS.
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at the ski station of les Arcs in the
French Alps. The doubledecker cars, which each carry 200 people and
their ski equipment, will link the ski stations of Les Arcs and La
Plagne and go into service by Christmas 2003. The project cost around
15 million Euros (16 million dollars). REUTERS/Robert Pratta

MAL/
FRANCE
RTR6OUD
November 11, 2003
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at...
Les Arcs, France
EUROPE'S LARGEST CABLECAR SYSTEM IS TESTED IN FRENCH ALPS.
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at the ski station of les Arcs in the
French Alps. The doubledecker cars, which each carry 200 people and
their ski equipment, will link the ski stations of Les Arcs and La
Plagne and go into service by Christmas 2003. The project cost around
15 million Euros (16 million dollars). REUTERS/Robert Pratta

MAL/
FRANCE
RTR6OU6
November 11, 2003
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at...
Les Arcs, France
EUROPE'S LARGEST CABLECAR SYSTEM IS TESTED IN FRENCH ALPS.
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at the ski station of les Arcs in the
French Alps. The doubledecker cars, which each carry 200 people and
their ski equipment, will link the ski stations of Les Arcs and La
Plagne and go into service by Christmas 2003. The project cost around
15 million Euros (16 million dollars). REUTERS/Robert Pratta

MAL/
FRANCE
RTR6OTY
November 11, 2003
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at...
Les Arcs, France
EUROPE'S LARGEST CABLECAR SYSTEM IS TESTED IN FRENCH ALPS.
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at the ski station of les Arcs in the
French Alps. The doubledecker cars, which each carry 200 people and
their ski equipment, will link the ski stations of Les Arcs and La
Plagne and go into service by Christmas 2003. The project cost around
15 million Euros (16 million dollars). REUTERS/Robert Pratta

MAL/
FRANCE
RTR6OTT
November 11, 2003
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at...
Les Arcs, France
EUROPE'S LARGEST CABLECAR SYSTEM IS TESTED IN FRENCH ALPS.
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at the ski station of les Arcs in the
French Alps. The doubledecker cars, which each carry 200 people and
their ski equipment, will link the ski stations of Les Arcs and La
Plagne and go into service by Christmas 2003. The project cost around
15 million Euros (16 million dollars). REUTERS/Robert Pratta

MAL/
FRANCE
RTR6OTN
November 11, 2003
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at...
Les Arcs, France
EUROPE'S LARGEST CABLECAR SYSTEM IS TESTED IN FRENCH ALPS.
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at the ski station of les Arcs in the
French Alps. The doubledecker cars, which each carry 200 people and
their ski equipment, will link the ski stations of Les Arcs and La
Plagne and go into service by Christmas 2003. The project cost around
15 million Euros (16 million dollars). REUTERS/Robert Pratta

MAL/
FRANCE
RTR6OT8
November 11, 2003
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at...
Les Arcs, France
EUROPE'S LARGEST CABLECAR SYSTEM IS TESTED IN FRENCH ALPS.
Europe's largest cable car system, the newly-built "Vanoise Express",
is tested November 11, 2003 at the ski station of les Arcs in the
French Alps. The doubledecker cars, which each carry 200 people and
their ski equipment, will link the ski stations of Les Arcs and La
Plagne and go into service by Christmas 2003. The project cost around
15 million Euros (16 million dollars). REUTERS/Robert Pratta

MAL/
USA
RTXKA56
February 01, 2001
Two cablecars at the historic Angel's Flight railway are pictured in downtown Los Angeles February 1,...
Los Angeles, USA
Two cablecars at the historic Angel's Flight railway are pictured in downtown Los Angeles February 1.....
Two cablecars at the historic Angel's Flight railway are pictured in downtown Los Angeles February 1, 2001. They crashed together when a cable snapped, causing one of the cars to jump off its tracks, injuring 15 persons aboard the cars.
CRASH CABLECAR
RTRDSW8
February 01, 2001
Police and fire officals are shown at the entrance to the historic Angel's Flight railway in downtown...
Los Angeles, USA
CABLECAR CRASH INJURES 15 PERSONS AT ANGELS FLIGHT RAILWAY.
Police and fire officals are shown at the entrance to the historic Angel's Flight railway in downtown Los Angeles February 1, 2001, after two cablecars on the railway crashed into one another after a cable snapped, causing one of the cars to jump off its tracks, injuring 15 persons aboard the cars.

FSP/ME
CRASH CABLECAR
RTRDSVU
February 01, 2001
Two cablecars at the historic Angel's Flight railway are pictured in downtown Los Angeles February 1,...
Los Angeles, USA
LOS ANGELES CABLECAR CRASH INJURES 15 PERSONS.
Two cablecars at the historic Angel's Flight railway are pictured in downtown Los Angeles February 1, 2001. They crashed together when a cable snapped, causing one of the cars to hump off its tracks, injuring 15 persons aboard the cars.

FSP/ME
FRANCE
RTXJ2KP
July 02, 1999
Unidentified relatives leave a hall July 2, which housed the coffins of the victims killed when the...
St. Etienn En Devoluy, Italy
Unidentified relatives leave a hall July 2, which housed the coffins of the victims killed when the.....
Unidentified relatives leave a hall July 2, which housed the coffins of the victims killed when the Pic de Bure cable car plunged 80 metres (260 ft), killing all 20 people aboard on July 1. Investigators in this small Alpine village began on Friday picking over the shattered remains of the cablecar. With the grim work of removing the bodies completed overnight, the authorities turned to trying to figure out what went wrong and caused France's worst cable car disaster. An officer said a first step would be to lower the still-intact carrying cables and inspect them for wear or damage. ??»
FRANCE
RTXJ2KO
July 02, 1999
Unidentified relatives and local officials carry the coffin of a victim June 2 killed when the Pic de...
St. Etienn En Devoluy, Italy
Unidentified relatives and local officials carry the coffin of a victim June 2 killed when the Pic d.....
Unidentified relatives and local officials carry the coffin of a victim June 2 killed when the Pic de Bure cable car plunged 80 metres (260 ft), killing all 20 people aboard on July 1. Investigators in this small Alpine village began on Friday picking over the shattered remains of the cablecar. With the grim work of removing the bodies completed overnight, the authorities turned to trying to figure out what went wrong and caused France's worst cable car disaster. An officer said a first step would be to lower the still-intact carrying cables and inspect them for wear or damage. ??»
FRANCE
RTXJ2KN
July 02, 1999
Unidentified relatives and local officials carry the coffin of a victim June 2 killed when the Pic de...
St. Etienn En Devoluy, Italy
Unidentified relatives and local officials carry the coffin of a victim June 2 killed when the Pic d.....
Unidentified relatives and local officials carry the coffin of a victim June 2 killed when the Pic de Bure cable car plunged 80 metres (260 ft), killing all 20 people aboard on July 1. Investigators in this small Alpine village began on Friday picking over the shattered remains of the cablecar. With the grim work of removing the bodies completed overnight, the authorities turned to trying to figure out what went wrong and caused France's worst cable car disaster. An officer said a first step would be to lower the still-intact carrying cables and inspect them for wear or damage. ??»
FRANCE
RTXJ2KM
July 02, 1999
The ground is seen scarred July 2 where a Pic de Bure cable car plunged 80 metres (260 ft), killing all...
St. Etienn En Devoluy, France
The ground is seen scarred July 2 where a Pic de Bure cable car plunged 80 metres (260 ft), killing .....
The ground is seen scarred July 2 where a Pic de Bure cable car plunged 80 metres (260 ft), killing all 20 people aboard on July 1. Investigators in this small Alpine village began on Friday picking over the shattered remains of the cablecar. With the grim work of removing the bodies completed overnight, the authorities turned to trying to figure out what went wrong and caused France's worst cable car disaster. An officer said a first step would be to lower the still-intact carrying cables and inspect them for wear or damage. ??»
FRANCE
RTXJ2KL
July 02, 1999
An overview shows the station and first pylon and a small patch of scarred ground July 2, where a Pic...
St. Etienn En Devoluy, France
An overview shows the station and first pylon and a small patch of scarred ground July 2, where a Pi.....
An overview shows the station and first pylon and a small patch of scarred ground July 2, where a Pic de Bure cable car plunged 80 metres (260 ft), killing all 20 people aboard on July 1. Investigators in this small Alpine village began on Friday picking over the shattered remains of the cablecar. With the grim work of removing the bodies completed overnight, the authorities turned to trying to figure out what went wrong and caused France's worst cable car disaster. An officer said a first step would be to lower the still-intact carrying cables and inspect them for wear or damage. ??»
CRASH FRANCE CABLECAR
RTRQC48
July 01, 1999
Relatives of victims wait for news after a accident where twenty people died when a cable car taking...
Saint-Etienne-En-Devoluy, France
RELATIVES OF VICTIMS WAIT FOR NEWS AFTER CABLE CAR ACCIDENT WHICH KILLED TWENTY.
Relatives of victims wait for news after a accident where twenty people died when a cable car taking staff to an international Alpine observatory plunged 80 metres (260 feet) in southeastern France July 1. Rescuers said they found 20 bodies near the smashed car which fell just after 7 a.m. on the way up to the stellar observatory atop 2,700-metre-high (8,900-foot) Pic de Bure from a resort near the town of Gap.

JES/
CRASH FRANCE CABLECAR
RTRQBVA
July 01, 1999
Aerial view of the scene of a cable car accident where twenty people died when the cable car taking staff...
Saint-Etienne-En-Devoluy, France
AERIAL VIEW OF SCENE OF CABLE CAR ACCIDENT WHICH KILLED TWENTY PEOPLE.
Aerial view of the scene of a cable car accident where twenty people died when the cable car taking staff to an international Alpine observatory plunged 80 metres (260 feet) in southeastern France July 1. Rescuers said they found 20 bodies near the smashed car which fell just after 7 a.m. on the way up to the stellar observatory atop 2,700-metre-high (8,900-foot) Pic de Bure from a resort near the town of Gap.

JES/
CRASH FRANCE CABLECAR
RTRQBV6
July 01, 1999
Aerial view of the scene of a cable car accident where twenty people died when the cable car taking staff...
Saint-Etienne-En-Devoluy, France
AERIAL VIEW OF SCENE OF CABLE CAR ACCIDENT WHICH KILLED TWENTY IN FRANCE.
Aerial view of the scene of a cable car accident where twenty people died when the cable car taking staff to an international Alpine observatory plunged 80 metres (260 feet) in southeastern France July 1. Rescuers said they found 20 bodies near the smashed car which fell just after 7 a.m. on the way up to the stellar observatory atop 2,700-metre-high (8,900-foot) Pic de Bure from a resort near the town of Gap.

JES/NS/
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRP1AA
May 11, 1999
Marine Capt.Richard Ashby (R) walks out of the courtroom after a military jury sentenced him to six months...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY AND FAMILY LEAVE COURTROOM.
Marine Capt.Richard Ashby (R) walks out of the courtroom after a military jury sentenced him to six months in prison and dismissal from the service for conspiring to obstruct investigations into an accident that killed 20 people near an Italian ski village last year. After deliberating for about two hours, the jury also ordered Ashby to forfeit all pay while serving his prison sentence, the first handed down in three military courts-martial stemming from the February 1998 tragedy. Walking behind are Maj. William Weber(L) and Ashby's mother Carol Anderson (center back) The man holding the door at rear is Mel Anderson, Ashby's step father.

RBD
CABLECAR-RELEASE
RTRRE67
May 10, 1999
FILE PHOTO 10MAY99 - Marine Capt. Richard Ashby who was flying the plane that sheared a gondola cable...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY AND FAMILY LEAVE COURTROOM IN THIS FILE PHOTO.
FILE PHOTO 10MAY99 - Marine Capt. Richard Ashby who was flying the plane that sheared a gondola cable in the Italian Alps in 1998 and sent 20 people plunging to their deaths has been freed from prison after five months, a friend said on October 11. Ashby (R) walks out of the courtroom after he was sentenced to six months in prison and dismissal from the service in this May 10, 1999 file photo. Walking behind are Maj. William Weber (L) and Ashby's mother Carol Anderson (center back).

RBD/JP
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRP18W
May 10, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks out of the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, May 10 after a military jury sentenced...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY LEAVES COURT-MARTIAL AFTER SENTENCING.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks out of the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, May 10 after a military jury sentenced him to six months in prison and dismissal from the service for conspiring to obstruct investigations into an accident that killed 20 people near an Italian ski village last year. After deliberating for about two hours, the jury also ordered Ashby to forfeit all pay while serving his prison sentence, the first handed down in three military courts-martial stemming from the February 1998 tragedy.

RBD/SV/CLH/
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRP16G
May 10, 1999
Marine Captain Richard Ashby walks to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, May 10. A military jury on Monday...
Jacksonville, USA
CAPTAIN RICHARD ASHBY ARRIVES AT COURT FOR SENTENCING.
Marine Captain Richard Ashby walks to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, May 10. A military jury on Monday sentenced U.S. Marine pilot Capt. Richard Ashby to six months in prison and dismissal form the service for conspiring to obstruct investigations into an accident that killed 20 people near an Italian ski village last year.

RBD/HB/WS
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRP0Q6
May 10, 1999
Relatives of the cable car accident victims, Margo Anthonissen (L) and Vera Eyskens (R), both of Belgium,...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBERS OF VICTIMS ARRIVE AT SENTENCING OF ASHBY.
Relatives of the cable car accident victims, Margo Anthonissen (L) and Vera Eyskens (R), both of Belgium, walk with a Marine escort to a courtroom at Camp Lejeune, May 10 for the sentencing of Marine Capt. Richard Ashby. Ashby was the pilot of the jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola, resulting in the deaths of 20 people in Italy last year.

RBD/HB
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROY1W
May 07, 1999
Emma Aurich of Germany leaves the courtroom at Camp Lejeune with the help of Karla Gaudet and Cpl. Kristin...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBER LEAVES COURTROOM AFTER VERDICT.
Emma Aurich of Germany leaves the courtroom at Camp Lejeune with the help of Karla Gaudet and Cpl. Kristin Diehl after she testified in the Ashby court-martial, May 7. She lost her son and daughter in law in the gondola mishap in Italy last year. Capt. Richard Ashby was the pilot of the jet that cut the cable on the ski gondola; he has been found guilty of all charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer,conspiracy and obstruction of justice.

RBD/HB
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROY1Q
May 07, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks out of the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, May 7. A jury found him guilty...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY LEAVES COURTROOM AFTER BEING FOUND GUILTY ON ALL CHARGES.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks out of the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, May 7. A jury found him guilty on all charges for the missing viedotape that was made the day of the gondola mishap that killed 20 people in Italy last year.

RBD/HB
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROXUF
May 07, 1999
FILE PHOTO 3MAY99 - U.S. Marine pilot Richard Ashby was found guilty by a military jury May 7 of conspiring...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPTAIN ASHBY FILE.
FILE PHOTO 3MAY99 - U.S. Marine pilot Richard Ashby was found guilty by a military jury May 7 of conspiring to obstruct criminal investigations into a cable car accident that killed 20 people in the Italian Alps last year. Ashby, 32, faces up to 10 years in a military prison as a result of the guilty verdict.

RBD/HB/ME
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROXOA
May 07, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (R) walks to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, May 7 with one of his attorneys,...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY ARRIVES AT COURT.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (R) walks to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, May 7 with one of his attorneys, Frank Spinner (C) and his sister Cary Horsager (L). Ashby is charged with conduct unbecoming an officer, conspiracy and obstruction of justice for a videotape that was missing from his jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola that killed 20 people in Italy last year. The jury has been given the case as of this morning.

RBD/HB/JP/ME
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROXNZ
May 07, 1999
Relatives of victims from Germany of the Italian cablecar mishap walk to a courtroom at Camp Lejeune,...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBERS OF THE CABLECAR MISHAP ARRIVE AT COURT.
Relatives of victims from Germany of the Italian cablecar mishap walk to a courtroom at Camp Lejeune, May 7. They are attending the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby, the pilot of the jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola that killed 20 people in Italy last year. Ashby is now charged with conduct unbecoming an officer, conspiracy and obstruction of justice.

RBD/HB/JP
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROW3O
May 06, 1999
Victims family members from Germany arrive at the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby at Camp Lejeune,...
Jacksonville, USA
GERMAN VICTIMS FAMILY MEMBERS ARRIVE AT COURT.
Victims family members from Germany arrive at the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby at Camp Lejeune, May 6. Ashby was the pilot that cut the cable on a ski gondola that killed 20 people in Italy last year. He is now charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice.

RBD/JP/WS
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROW3J
May 06, 1999
Victims family members of the ski gondola mishap Vera Eyskens and Margo Anthonissen both from Belgium...
Jacksonville, USA
VICITIMS FAMILY MEMBERS ARRIVE AT COURT-MARTIAL.
Victims family members of the ski gondola mishap Vera Eyskens and Margo Anthonissen both from Belgium walk to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, May 6 for the court-martial of Captain Richard Ashby. Ashby was the pilot of the jet that cut the cable on that gondola last year in Italy and is charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice.

RBD/JP/WS
ITALY CABLECAR MARINES
RTROW3F
May 06, 1999
Marine Captain Richard Ashby (L) walks to the court house next to his attorneys Maj. William Weber (C)...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPTAIN RICHARD ASHBY ARRIVES AT COURT.
Marine Captain Richard Ashby (L) walks to the court house next to his attorneys Maj. William Weber (C) and Frank Spinner for his court-martial at Camp Lejeune, May 6. Ashby is charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice for a videotape that was missing from his jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola that killed 20 people last year in Italy.

RBD/JP/WS
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROW2P
May 06, 1999
Barnard Coogan, a witness for the prosecution in the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby, arrives to...
Jacksonville, USA
WITNESS IN ASHBY COURT-MARTIAL ARRIVES AT COURT.
Barnard Coogan, a witness for the prosecution in the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby, arrives to the courthouse at Camp Lejeune, May 6. Ashby is charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice for a videotape that was missing from the jet that Ashby was the pilot in when it cut a cable of a ski gondola that killed 20 people in Italy last year.

RBD/JP
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROS24
May 03, 1999
Marine Capt. Chandler Seagraves leaves the courtroom at Camp Lejeune May 3, after testifying under immunity...
Jacksonville, USA
SEAGRAVES LEAVES COURT AFTER TESTIFYING.
Marine Capt. Chandler Seagraves leaves the courtroom at Camp Lejeune May 3, after testifying under immunity in the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby. Ashby is charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice for a missing videotape that was made the day his jet cut the cable on a ski gondola, killing 20 people in Italy last year.

RBD/HB/WS
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRORWW
May 03, 1999
German family members of the victims of the ski gondola mishap in Italy last year walk to a courtroom...
Jacksonville, USA
GERMAN FAMILY MEMBERS ARRIVE AT COURT-MARTIAL.
German family members of the victims of the ski gondola mishap in Italy last year walk to a courtroom at Camp Lejeune May 3 for the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby, who was the pilot of the jet that cut the cable of the gondola. Ashby is now charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice. The family members are (L-R) Emmi Aurich, Barbel Blumfeld, Sindy Renkewitz and Rita Wunderlich.

RBD/HB/ME
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRORWM
May 03, 1999
U.S.Marine Major Stu Couch (R) walks Margo Anthonissen (C) and Vera Eyskens (L) to the court-martial...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBERS ARRIVE AT COURT FOR CABLECAR TRIAL.
U.S.Marine Major Stu Couch (R) walks Margo Anthonissen (C) and Vera Eyskens (L) to the court-martial of Capt. Richard Ashby, at Camp Lejeune, May 3. Both women are from Belgium and lost daughters in the ski gondola mishap in Italy last year.

RBD/HB
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRORVK
May 03, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks to the courtroom for his court-martial at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina,...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY ARRIVES AT COURT.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks to the courtroom for his court-martial at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, May 3. Ashby has been charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice for a videotape that was missing from the jet he was flying at the time of the ski gondola mishap in Italy last year.

RBD/HB/ME
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROOKO
April 30, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer walks out of the courtroom at Camp Lejeune after testifying under immunity...
Jacksonville, USA
SCHWEITZER LEAVES COURT AFTER TESTIFIYING.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer walks out of the courtroom at Camp Lejeune after testifying under immunity in the Capt. Richard Ashby court-martial April 30. Schweitzer was the navigator of the jet that Ashby was the pilot in that cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy last year. Ashby is accused of hiding a videotape that may have recorded part of the disaster.

RBD/JP
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROOKJ
April 30, 1999
Marine Stu Couch (R) walks out of the courtroom at the Ashby court-martial at Camp Lejeune with Italian...
Jacksonville, USA
WITNESSES FOR THE PROSECUTORS LEAVE COURTROOM.
Marine Stu Couch (R) walks out of the courtroom at the Ashby court-martial at Camp Lejeune with Italian prosecutor Dr. Bruno Giardina (C) and special agent Salbatore Lamonazo, April 30. Giardina and Lamonazo were both witnesses for the prosecutors today. Ashby was the pilot of the jet that cut the cable of a ski gondola in Italy last year and is accused of hiding a videotape that may have recorded part of the disaster.

RBD/JP/ME
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROO08
April 30, 1999
Marine Chief Warrant Officer 2 Guno Kletter (L) escorts Wiebrand Anthonisseni to the courtroom at Camp...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBER ARRIVES AT COURT-MARTIAL.
Marine Chief Warrant Officer 2 Guno Kletter (L) escorts Wiebrand Anthonisseni to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, NC April 30 for the court-martial of Marine Capt. Richard Ashby. Ashby was the pilot of the jet that cut the cable on a ski gondola that killed 20 people in Italy last year, including Anthonisseni's sister.

RBD/SV
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTRONZL
April 30, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (R) walks to court with Frank Spinner, one of his attorneys, at Camp Lejeune,...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE CAPTAIN ASHBY ARRIVES AT COURT.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (R) walks to court with Frank Spinner, one of his attorneys, at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina April 30. Ashby is undergoing his second court-martial for charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer, and conspiracy and obstruction of justice for a missing videotape from the cockpit of the jet he was flying when it cut the cable of a ski gondola that killed 20 people in Italy last year.

RBD
ITALY CABLECAR
RTROMNY
April 29, 1999
Wiebrand Anthonissen, of Belgium, walks to the courthouse at Camp Lejeune, NC for the court-martial trial...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBER ARIVVES AT COURT FOR ASHBY COURT-MARTIAL.
Wiebrand Anthonissen, of Belgium, walks to the courthouse at Camp Lejeune, NC for the court-martial trial of Capt. Richard Ashby Apil 29. Ashby was the pilot of the jet that cut the cable of a ski gondola in which Anthonossen's sister died when the gondola car fell to the ground. Ashby is accused of hiding a videotape that may have recorded part of last year's Italian cable car disaster.

RBD/RC
ITALY CABLECAR
RTROMNI
April 29, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (C) walks to court at Camp Lejeune, N.C. with attorney Frank Spinner (L) and...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY AND ATTORNEYS ARRIVE AT COURT.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (C) walks to court at Camp Lejeune, N.C. with attorney Frank Spinner (L) and Marine attorney Capt. Jon Shelburne April 29. Ashby is charged with conduct unbecoming of an officer, conspiracy and obstruction of justice for allegedly hiding a videotape that may have recorded part of last year's Italian cable car disaster.

RBD/RC/ME
JAC03;ITALY CABLECAR MARINE;JACKSONVILLE;4-28-99
RTROL07
April 28, 1999
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (L) walks out of the courtroom with Maj. Eric Veit on April 28 after the...
Jacksonville, USA
SCHWEITZER LEAVES COURT WHERE ASHBY FACES COURT MARTIAL.
Marine Capt. Joseph Schweitzer (L) walks out of the courtroom with Maj. Eric Veit on April 28 after the judge granted Schweitzer immunity if he testifies in the court martial of Capt. Richard Ashby. Ashby faces court martial on charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer, conspiracy and obstruction of justice. The charges stem from the removal of a videotape from his jet, which cut the cable on a ski gondola in Cavalese, Italy, last year, killing 20 people. Schweitzer was the navigator of the jet.

RBD/ELD
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROKZ8
April 28, 1999
Marine pilot Capt. Richard Ashby (R) walks from the courtroom April 28 with Maj. William Weber, one of...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY LEAVES COURT WITH ONE OF HIS ATTORNEYS.
Marine pilot Capt. Richard Ashby (R) walks from the courtroom April 28 with Maj. William Weber, one of his attorneys in his court martial on charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer, conspiracy and obstruction of justice. The charges stem from the removal of a videotape from his jet, which cut the cable on a ski gondola in Cavalese, Italy, last year, killing 20 people.

RBD/ELD/WS
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROKYO
April 28, 1999
Marine Maj. Jim Sweeny walks Wiebrand Anthonissen (L) of Belgium to the courtroom for the court martial...
Jacksonville, USA
FAMILY MEMBER OF VICTIM ARRIVES AT COURT MARTIAL.
Marine Maj. Jim Sweeny walks Wiebrand Anthonissen (L) of Belgium to the courtroom for the court martial of Capt. Richard Ashby at Camp Lejeune on April 28. Anthonissen's sister was killed when the jet Ashby was flying cut the cable on a ski gondola in Iialy last year. The charges against Ashby stem from the removal of a videotape from his jet.

RBD/ELD
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROJQ3
April 27, 1999
Carol Anderson and Mel Anderson, the mother and step father of Marine Capt. Richard Ashby, walk to the...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY'S PARENTS ARRIVE AT COURT MARTIAL.
Carol Anderson and Mel Anderson, the mother and step father of Marine Capt. Richard Ashby, walk to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune on April 27 for Ashby's court martial on charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer, conspiracy and obstruction of justice. The charges stem from the removal of a videotape from Ashby's jet after it cut the cable on a ski gondola in Cavalese, Italy, last year, killing 20 people.

RBD/ELD/WS
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROJOM
April 27, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks to court April 27 at Camp Lejeune for jury selection in his court martial...
Jacksonville, USA
MARINE PILOT ASHBY ARRIVES AT COURT MARTIAL.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks to court April 27 at Camp Lejeune for jury selection in his court martial on charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer, conspiracy and obstruction of justice. The charges stem from the removal of a videotape from his jet, which cut the cable on a ski gondola in Cavalese, Italy, last year, killing 20 people.

RBD/ELD/WS
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROI3A
April 26, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks to court with his mother Carol Ann Anderson (L) for his court-martial...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY AND MOTHER ARRIVE AT COURT.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks to court with his mother Carol Ann Anderson (L) for his court-martial at Camp Lejeune April 26. The jury selection started today in his court-martial for conduct unbecoming of an officer, conspiracy and obstruction of justice after military authorities discovered he removed a viedotape shot during a low-level flight that killed 20 people in Italy last year.

RBD/SV
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROI2G
April 26, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (R) stands with his attorney Frank Spinner (L) as they make their way to the...
Jacksonville, USA
CAPT. ASHBY AND ATTORNEY SPINNER ARRIVE AT COURT.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (R) stands with his attorney Frank Spinner (L) as they make their way to the courtroom at Camp Lejeune, NC, for jury selection in Ashby's court-martial April 26. Ashby is charged with conduct unbecoming a officer, conspiracy and obstruction of justice in the removal of a videotape shot during a low-level mission during which 20 people died when his jet cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy last year.

RBD
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE
RTROI2A
April 26, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks to court at Camp Lejeune, NC, April 26 for jury selection in his court-martial...
Jacksonville, USA
CAPT. ASHBY WALKS TO COURT.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby walks to court at Camp Lejeune, NC, April 26 for jury selection in his court-martial for conduct unbecoming of an officer,conspiracy and obstruction of justice. Ashby was charged after military authorities discovered Ashby removed a videotape shot during the low-level filght in which 20 people were killed when his jet cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy last year.

RBD
ITALY CABLECAR MARINE;JACKSONVILLE;4-22-99
RTROC4M
April 22, 1999
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (2ndR) walks to court at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina April 22 with his defense...
Jacksonville, USA
ASHBY ARRIVES AT COURT WITH DEFENSE TEAM.
Marine Capt. Richard Ashby (2ndR) walks to court at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina April 22 with his defense team Maj. Michael Stahlman (L), Maj. William Weber (2ndL) and Capt. Jon Shelburne. Capt. Ashby is attending his first day of motions for charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer, conspiracy and obstruction of justice after military authorities discovered he removed a videotape shot during the low-level mission on Feb 3,1998 during which 20 people died when the jet he was flying cut the cable on a ski gondola in Italy.

RBD/SV/JRE
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