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(Studio) Nelson Rockefeller's ability to keep private life secret noted to have prevailed even at his death.
(NYC) Early reports about details of Rockefeller's death reported to have given way to conflicting stories about circumstances. Films shown. [Family spokesperson Hugh MORROW - gives details of death.] Subsequent changes in Morrow's original report stated. [Paramedic Jim PATURAS - describes scene of death.] Confusion involving time and place of Rockefeller's death noted; reports by "New York Times", concerning involvement of Rockefeller aide Megan Marshack, given. [New York medical examiner Dr. Michael BADEN - advised family physician, Dr. Ernest Eskaoff, that autopsy would be prudent.] Family's refusal of autopsy reported [BADEN - says gossip after person's death isn't considered reason enough to override family's wishes.]
|Program Time:||05:54:00 pm - 05:57:00 pm. Duration: 03:00|
|Reporters:||McLaughlin, Bill; Mudd, Roger|
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|Broadcast Type:||Evening News Segment Type: News Content|