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Making a Difference (First Responders vs. Wounded Warriors) #1063516

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 20, 2013
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Boston: Dave Briggs) The baseball game in Boston’s Fenway Park between first responders from the Boston Marathon bombing and Wounded Warriors who lost limbs serving their country featured. [Police Sgt. Bob RIDGE††- says the veterans are the heroes.] [Veteran Sgt. First Class Todd REED††- comments on life adjustments.] [Veteran Sgt. Matt KINSEY††- hopes bombing victims who lost limbs will be cheered up by the game.] [3rd grader Shaun McLAUGHLIN‡- says you can do a lot of stuff without a leg.]

Holt, Lester;
Briggs, Dave

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