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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / The Bombing #159487

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 21, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Casualty figures in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bombing updated.

(Oklahoma City: Erin Hayes) The search for bodies and survivors in the bombed-out federal building featured; scenes shown of the rescue operations inside the damaged structure. [Fire department Chief Gary MARRS - worries about the wind.] [Victim's mother Alicia CHAVEZ - tearfully remembers her son.] [Survivor Robin TARRANT - comments.]

(Oklahoma City: John Donvan) The emotional response of victims' family members and of those helping the people to cope examined. [Victim's husband Melvin HOWELL - says his wife's body has been found.] [Grief counselor Donna BANKS, psychologist Gordon HUDSON - talk about pain and grief.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Oklahoma City: Lisa Stark) The stress on the rescue workers featured; scenes shown. [Stress team MEMBER, Minnesota firefighter Bill SICARD, Sacramento rescue team Ron CHIMA, psychiatrist Dr. Shree VINEKAR, Oklahoma air national guard sergeant Greg SCHUMACKER, Oklahoma City police chaplain Jack POE - talk about dealing with stress, trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder while working in the rescue operation.]

Donvan, John;
Hayes, Erin;
Jennings, Peter;
Stark, Lisa

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