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Winter Olympics / Transportation #268892

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 16, 1980
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(Studio) Second Gold Medal victory for Eric Heiden in Olympic speed skating announced. State of emergency said declared by Governor Hugh Carey of New York re: bus transportation problems at Lake Placid Olympics.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Lake Placid, New York) Thousands shown waiting for buses to Olympic area. [Olympic spectators Max WHITE, Harper LEVINE, Martin JACOBS - comment on transportation problems.]
REPORTER: Steve Young

(Studio) Report with regard to American figure skating pair Randy Gardner and Tai Babilonia introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Lake Placid, New York) Tape of warm-up efforts of injured Randy Gardner shown courtesy ABC Sports. [Randy GARDNER and Tai BABILONIA - comment re: withdrawal from Olympic competition because of injury.]
REPORTER: Richard Wagner

Schieffer, Bob;
Wagner, Richard;
Young, Steve

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