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New York / Prison Break #1085721

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 28, 2015
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(Studio: Carl Quintanilla) Report introduced.

(Constable, New York: Stephanie Gosk) The capture of escaped prisoner David Sweat after fellow inmate Richard Matt was killed featured; EMS audio played; scenes shown from the area, the prison they fled; details given about the role of prison worker Joyce Mitchell & guard Gene Palmer & the shooting of Sweat. [RESIDENT - says Sweat was near the border.] [In NBC interview, Matt's accomplice Lee BATES - explains his worries.]

(Studio: Carl Quintanilla; Malone: John Yang) Sweat's medical condition after being shot in Constable & where he will now be sent discussed.

Quintanilla, Carl;
Gosk, Stephanie;
Yang, John

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