ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 25, 1972
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(Studio) Sudden infant death syndrome kills 10,000 babies/yr. Senate Subcommittee on Children conducts hearings on crib deaths.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(D.C.) Crib deaths strike healthy babies without warning, in sleep, general after leaving hospital nursery. Kills more underprivileged and non-white infants. Cause is a mystery. [Arthur SIEGAL, - Judith CHOATE, - Frank HENNIGAN, - describe losing babies in crib deaths, and accusations of maltreatment that sometimes ensue.]
REPORTER: Jules Bergman
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