ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 20, 1995
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(Oklahoma City: Peter Jennings) Rescue operations at the federal building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, that was bombed yesterday shown.
(Washington: John McWethy) The search for two men the FBI say rented the truck that was used to carry the bomb featured; artist's composite drawings of the two suspects shown. [In Junction City, Kansas, Ryder Trucks David RUSSELL - says they are cooperating with the FBI.] [Special FBI agent Weldon KENNEDY - comments on the two men.] The detention of an Arab-American "witness" Ahmad Abrahim noted; map shown of his route overseas.
(Oklahoma City: Peter Jennings) President Clinton said requesting that flags on government buildings be flown at half-staff in memory of the dead; flags shown.
(Oklahoma City: Erin Hayes) Oklahoma City, a city under siege, featured; scenes shown of the bombed-out federal building and adjacent areas. [Three WORKERS - describe hunting through the damaged building.] [Three PEOPLE - talk about those missing and those rescued.] [Two RESIDENTS - wonder why.]
(Oklahoma City: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Oklahoma City: John Donvan) The changed city of Oklahoma City the day after the blast featured; scenes shown. [MOTHER, TEACHER; on talk radio, CALLERS, missing woman's RELATIVE; at the explosion scene at night, worker Janice HOLLIS - express feelings about what happened.]
(Oklahoma City: Peter Jennings) The plight of the Russian ice skaters, who have been stranded in Oklahoma City since their troupe's financing fell through, updated.
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