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Vietnam / Offensive #20190

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 14, 1972
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(Studio) Communist offensive in South Vietnam intensifies - 107 attacks reported in 24 hrs. Rockets hit Danang, and in Saigon area. South Vietnam troops airlifted into An Loc recapture city. South Vietnam reinforcements en route to An Loc encounter enemy resistance on Highway 13.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Highway 13, South Vietnam) South Vietnam relief force ambushed by Communist forces on both sides of road; fight to keep road open and to reach An Loc. Air strikes called in on enemy positions. Leaflets also dropped on Communists South Vietnam civilians evacuate Chon Thank area.
REPORTER: Andrew Pearson

Reporter(s):
Pearson, Andrew;
Reasoner, Harry
Duration:
00:03:00

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