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California / Earthquake #150451

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 18, 1994
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(Los Angeles: Peter Jennings) California the day after the earthquake featured; scenes shown from in front of a damaged bakery.

(Los Angeles: Judy Muller) The morning after in Los Angeles featured; scenes shown from Northridge, California, of damaged homes, hospitals and freeways while living conditions are outlined. [WOMAN - describes what happened.] [DOCTOR, two WOMEN - comment.]

(Los Angeles: Tom Foreman) The new homeless featured; scenes shown of people living in the park and homes being inspected. [MAN, Los Angeles city fire department Davis PARSONS, Health and Human Services Secretary Henry CISNEROS - comment on the housing situation.]

(Los Angeles: Peter Jennings) The impact of the earthquake on California's freeway system reported; scenes shown of the damaged Santa Monica Freeway.

(Los Angeles: Judd Rose) Ground zero in the town of Sylmar, California, which was also the epicenter of the '71 quake, featured; scenes shown. [Five Sylmar RESIDENTS - comment.]

(Los Angeles: Peter Jennings) President Clinton reported coming to southern California tomorrow.

Foreman, Tom;
Jennings, Peter;
Muller, Judy;
Rose, Judd

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