ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 15, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Salt Lake City, UT: Judd Rose) Flood threat from continually rising Great Salt Lake examined; scenes shown. [Radio station engineer Gary SMITH - describes station's inundation.] [Yard manager Mike LISKA - notes his business' water level.] [National Weather Service spokesperson Bill ALDER - explains size of new Great Salt Lake.] Impact on surrounding area described. [Governor Norman BANGERTER - cites need to begin pumping program.] Outcome of official prayer day to alleviate situation noted.
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