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Texas / Mandy Balderas / Elsa / Maddie Zapata #1167070

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 11, 2016
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Our final story tonight is written on the face of a young child whose joy. Mere words can not describe. Here's Elaine Quijano. Elsa had magical powers. It could create things and it's now a four year old Maddie Zapata can't get enough of her books on tape. Anna was delighted because the voice is her mother Mandy Balderas locked in a prison four hours away. I told her how I missed her even though I'm not there physically. I know that she's sitting there listening to my voice spending that time wi...
Reporter(s):
Elaine Quijano
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00:02:24

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