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Wildfires / Los Alamos, New Mexico #196964

ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 13, 2001
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The battle against wildfires in several states reviewed; scenes shown from Nevada.

(Los Alamos, New Mexico: Bill Redeker) The first anniversary of the wildfires in Los Alamos, New Mexico, featured; scenes shown of the blazes, burned-out homes and the "FEMA-ville" trailer park. [Displaced persons Elizabeth MARTINEZ, James RICKMAN - talk about life in the trailer park.] The problems for the people in adjusting emotionally to their loses outlined. [Psychotherapist Genie SHAPIRO - cites the people's frustration.] [Rebuilding, Walter TEMPLE - comments.]

Redeker, Bill;
Simpson, Carole

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