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Rapid City, South Dakota / Flood Recovery #229343

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 08, 1973
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(Studio) Rapid City, South Dakota, beginning to recover from floods 1 year ago.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Rapid City, South Dakota) Construction boom in Rapid City. Homes, businesses, new land development everywhere. [Major Don BARNETT - believes rapid recovery due to little duplication in funds in areas of concentration. Flood forced people to work together.] There is mental health crisis in Rapid City after flood. New strains and hardships on families. Rapid City, center of Indian civil disturbance. Indians say fair share not given for flood relief. After flood recovery, Indian troubles likely.
REPORTER: Joel Blocker

Blocker, Joel;
Mudd, Roger

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