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Washington / Coffee Shop / Veterans Suicide #1005702

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 26, 2011
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(Seattle: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Tacoma: Barry Petersen) A veteran-owned coffee shop outside Joint Base Lewis McChord†† near Tacoma, Washington, that serves free coffee to soldiers and Marines featured; scenes shown from inside Coffee Strong where troops can share their problems and treat the mental scars of war. [Former Marine sexual assault victim Deborah FLAGBOAM††- comments on her need for help.] [Coffee Strong director Jorge GONZALES††- explains what we do here.] The suicide by Army special forces veteran Jared Hagemann†† facing his 8th combat deployment noted. [Wife Ashley HAGEMANN††- comments on her husband's death.] [McChord suicide prevention program's Col. Dallas HOMAS††- talks about getting soldiers the help they need.]

Pelley, Scott;
Petersen, Barry

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