ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 22, 1990
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Voltata, AK: Ken Kashiwahara) Threat of Redoubt volcano to residents in Kenai Peninsula, AK, featured; scenes shown of volcanic dust on snow and cars. [Dr. George GARNETT - says this dust is very abrasive.] [At Sal's diner, WAITRESS - recalls day of the fallout.] Threat of future volcano fallout to oil and fishing industries noted. [Oil company helicopter dispatcher Clyde STERLING - says volcano has disrupted way of life.] [Fisherman Steve TVENSTRUP - talks about volcano.] [Kenai emergency management office James BUTLER - says volcano can blow at any time.]
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