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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / Bombing Anniversary / Remembrances #165760

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 13, 1996
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) President Clinton said mentioning the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bombing in his radio address in which he asked Republicans in Congress to pass the anti-terrorism package.

(Oklahoma City: Erin Hayes) The first anniversary of the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City featured; scenes shown of visitors tucking mementos into the fence around where the building stood. [Items organizer Jane THOMAS - explains why people leave things on the fence; reads letter.] [Rescue worker DeWitt HUTCHEN, victim's brother preacher Bill DAY - tearfully remember.]

Brown, Aaron;
Hayes, Erin

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