CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 24, 1972
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(Studio) North Vietnam tanks and troops sweep down Highway 14 in South Vietnam's central highlands near Dak To, opening new front in current offensive. Tan Canh falls to enemy. Govt. soldiers and civilians flee south. Defenses organized near Kontum. 4 Americans killed when helicopter shot down. Near Saigon, enemy pressure increases on An Loc. Defenders resupplied by copter, wounded evacuated.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Danang, South Vietnam) Rockets hit United States Air Force Base at Danang; 7 GIs wounded. B-52, hit by antiaircraft fire over North Vietnam, limps back to Danang.
REPORTER: Bob Simon
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