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West Virginia Flood Victims #252547

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 13, 1977
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(Studio) Williamson, West Virginia, hasn't recovered from flood of 9 weeks ago.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Williamson, West Virginia) Williamson residents haven't received trailers yet; promised 8 weeks ago. [Bill ROSEN - says US Housing and Urban Development needs to get trailers to people needing shelter. Tired, sick and elderly affected worst.] [Roger MASSIE - hasn't received any help in repairing business or home.] [Brenda MASSIE - says, at least, family together.] [Jerry HILDEBRAND - says Williamson fiasco perfect example of government ineptitude.] [Director Emergency Preparedness John GIBSON - thinks hsing. 7300 flood victims miraculous task, and they've completed that much already.]
REPORTER: Bruce Hall

Hall, Bruce;
Mudd, Roger

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