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Nepal / Earthquake #1082747

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 26, 2015
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Katmandu: Holly Williams) The impact of the earthquake on Nepal featured; scenes shown of the survivors, rescue efforts, the shaking yesterday, the rubble, downed temples, the injured. [Australian tourist Megan BUTLER@, British aid worker Cecilia TASER?- describe what happened.] [Dr. Sinhas PATEL - comments on the head & other injuries.] The big aftershocks discussed.

(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(London: Charlie D'Agata) The search for survivors on Mt. Everest after the earthquake caused an avalanche on the mountain featured; photos of three Americans {Marisa Girawong, Dan Fredinburg & Tom Taplin@} who died on Mt. Everest shown. [Taplin's widow Cory FREYER?- describes what happened to Tim.] [On Mt. Everest, MAN; voice of British army officer Capt. Tim BRADSHAW@ - comment on conditions.]

Glor, Jeff;
Williams, Holly;
D'Agata, Charlie

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