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Ohio / Loose Animals / Hanna Interview #1005265

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 19, 2011
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Zanesville, Ohio: David Kerley) A deadly safari in Ohio as 50 exotic animals were on the loose after a suicidal man, Terry Thompson, released them featured; scenes shown from Zanesville, including the animal bodies, with three 911 calls played. [Muskingum County Sheriff Matt LUTZ†- talks about the animals that had to be shot.] [Columbus Zoo director emeritus Jack HANNA†- comments.] [Columbus Zoo CEO Tom STALF†- reacts to the dead animals.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Live interview held with Jack Hanna about the animals. [HANNA - backs what the sheriff had to do because it is hard to tranquilize animals; outlines the danger from wild animals.]

Sawyer, Diane;
Kerley, David

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