ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 02, 1999
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(Studio: Kevin Newman) The seriousness of the drought of '99 introduced.
(Manassas, Virginia: Barry Serafin) The impact of the drought on farmers examined. [Virginia Farm Bureau Paul ANDERSON - says farmers are forced to sell.] [Farmer Vaughn HARSHMAN - says the drought is devastating.] [Manassas, Virginia, Christmas tree farmer Jim CLARK - says there will be no trees down the road.]
(Studio: Kevin Newman) Deaths from the heat wave noted.
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