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France / Nice Terrorism Attack #1101109

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 16, 2016
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(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.

(Nice: Kelly Cobiella) The investigation in France into the background of Mohamed Bouhlel†, the man who drove the truck in the attack in Nice, France, examined; scenes from the French Riviera & photos of grieving relatives shown. [Injured Alistair TALBOTT‡- describes what happened.]

(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.

(Lakeway, Texas: Tammy Leitner) The American victims of the Nice attack featured; details given about father & son Sean & Brodie Copeland, three students from Berkeley, including missing Nicolas Leslie featured; scenes shown. [Baseball coach Joel McCULLOUGH‡- talks about Brodie.] [In San Diego, Leslie NEIGHBOR - comments.]

Alexander, Peter;
Cobiella, Kelly;
Leitner, Tammy

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