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California / Earthquake / Napa #1070798

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 24, 2014
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The earthquake in northern California introduced; photos of damages shown.

(Napa: Ryan Owens) The quake in the middle of the night in Napa featured; scenes shown of wrecked mobile homes that burned, damaged buildings and roads. [Four RESIDENTS, FIREFIGHTER - describe what happened in the quake.]

(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Napa: Neal Karlinsky) The Napa damage zone featured; scenes shown of damaged businesses, broken wine bottles. [Napa police Chief John CALLANAN†, WOMAN, hotel guest Kerry KASTLER†, Signorello Estates winemaker Pierre BIREBENT†, county supervise Bill DODD†- comment on the damages.]

(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bazi Kanani) The worries about the California fault lines examined; map shown; details given about a quake warning system in the state, the danger of an aftershock and the statistics of a major future quake in California cited; scenes shown from the 1994 earthquake.

Harris, Dan;
Owens, Ryan;
Karlinsky, Neal;
Kanani, Bazi

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