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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / Bombing Anniversary / Coping, Remembering, Preserving #165869

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 19, 1996
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(Oklahoma City: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Oklahoma City: Dean Reynolds) How relatives of those who died in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, bombing deal with their grief examined. [Victim's sister minister Bill DAY, victim's grandparents Glenn and Kathy WILBURN, victim's widow Nicole WILLIAMS - cope with what happened.]

(Oklahoma City: Peter Jennings) The place of the bombing in Oklahoma's history examined. [While his bomb-damaged sport jacket is shown, archeologist Marshall GETTES - comments on the power of the image of objects related to the bombing.] Oklahoma's state history recalled; scenes shown from the museum. [Oklahoma Historical Society director Bill PITTS - talks about cataloging artifacts from the Murrah building bombing.]

Jennings, Peter;
Reynolds, Dean

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