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Nepal / Earthquake / L.A. Rescue Team #1082699

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 25, 2015
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(Studio: Jim Axelrod) An earthquake in Nepal introduced; scenes shown from damages in Katmandu & on Mt. Everest.

(London: Charlie D'Agata) The earthquake in Nepal reviewed; scenes shown of damages, the dead, the shaking, survivors, a toppled tower, Mt. Everest, where American Google executive Dan Fredinburg died. [World Vision MAN - describes what happened.]

(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Diagram of this kind of earthquake shown.

(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The elite search & rescue team from Los Angeles County featured. [L.A. fire chief John TRIPP, battalion chief Robert HARRIS - list prior team responses & helping in other countries where people have survived.]

Axelrod, Jim;
D'Agata, Charlie;
Evans, Carter

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