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Charlottesville, Virginia / First Anniversary / The Victims #1128549

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 11, 2018
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(Studio: Kate Snow) The first anniversary of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, reported; scenes shown of the memorial for victim Heather Heyer. Report introduced.

(Charlottesville: Katie Englehardt) The stories of some of the victims of the violence in Charlottesville featured; scenes shown of the car attack last year by James Fields. [Victim Kay WASHINGTON - says she can't pay, work of care for her child.] [Consumer Federation of America Douglas HELLER†- says the auto insurance does not cover using a car as a weapon.] [In shadow, counter-protester victim "LISA" - says she fears white supremacists.] [Appeal Charlottesville fund manager Gretchen ALICE - says many victims have ongoing medical needs.]

Snow, Kate;
Englehardt, Katie

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