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Nepal / Earthquake #1082729

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 26, 2015
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(Studio: Peter Alexander) The base camp on Mt. Everest as the earthquake struck Nepal & photo from Katmandu shown.

(Katmandu, Nepal: Richard Engel) The massive earthquake in Nepal featured; scenes from Katmandu, where people are camping outside, & from Mt. Everest shown. [Nepalese YOUNGSTER - describes what happened.] [British army climbing team Capt. Tim BRADSHAW@- comments.] Photos of three Americans {Marisa Girawong, Dan Fredinburg & Tom Taplin@} who died on Mt. Everest shown. [Katmandu TOURIST - comments.]

(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.

(Katmandu: Ian Williams) The search in Nepal for bodies & survivors featured; scenes shown from Old Katmandu, where tourist attractions fell & the people are now living outdoors. [American Will CLEMENTS - describes what happened: chaos.]

Alexander, Peter;
Engel, Richard;
Williams, Ian

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