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Turkey / Earthquake #187881

ABC Evening News for Friday, Aug 20, 1999
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Near Golcuk, Turkey: Mike Lee) The continuing rescue efforts after the earthquake in Turkey featured; scenes shown of a rescued child, of the hunt through the rubble, of the clogged roads.

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The Turkish people shown questioning the visiting president.

(Istanbul: Morton Dean) The growing storm of anger in Turkey over the collapse of shoddily constructed buildings featured; scenes shown from the rubble in Istanbul where an engineer showed the structural flaws. [Earthquake Research Institution Mustafa ERDIK - says the buildings are not really checked.]

Dean, Morton;
Gibson, Charles;
Lee, Mike

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