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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 19, 2015
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Another big story a lot of people are keeping a close eye on tonight a deadly superbug being reported at a major hospital in Los Angeles. Two patients confirmed to have it are now dead five others are confirmed exposed and many more are being warned they may have been exposed as well. We have two reports on this story we want to begin with NBC is Hallie Jackson in L.A. Hallie what are you hearing. Lester we know nearly 200 people have received phone calls from UCLA over the last 48 hours letting...
Reporter(s):
Hallie Jackson;Nancy Snyderman
Duration:
00:04:11

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