ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 22, 1972
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(Studio) Heavy rainfall, winds from hurricane Agnes, cause loss of lives, abandonment of homes, floods on East coast. Pennsylvania Governor Milton Shapp declares state of emergency.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Roanoke, Virginia) 9 lives lost in Virginia, hundreds of homes flooded, miles of roads covered (DC) Firemen use boats in vain effort to control flames raging in shopping center Rock Creek floods Washington, DC park. Much damage but few deaths reported as Potomac River swells. (Baltimore, Maryland) 12,000 telephone lines knocked out by Agnes.
REPORTER: Stephen Geer
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