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Los Angeles, California / Youth Program / Morgue Visit #196018

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 17, 2001
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Neal Karlinsky) Los Angeles program in which young people are taken to the county coroner's office to get a close-up glimpse of death featured; details recalled of last week's school shooting and of the need to "connect" youth to the realities of violence so they think rather than react. ["Coroner's class" student Michael PEREZ - says he has never seen things like this.] [Los Angeles board of supervisors Mike ANTONOVICH - says young people need to recognize what death is all about.] [National School Safety Center Ron STEPHENS - comments on the "moment."]

Reporter(s):
Karlinsky, Neal;
Vargas, Elizabeth
Duration:
00:02:10

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