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California / Fishing Industry Tragedies #303978

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 05, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Diane Sawyer

(Bodega Bay, California) Tragedies plaguing Bodega Bay, California, fishing industry this year examined. [Widow Lyn VIAT - recalls husband Bruce Viat's death during fishing accident.] [Kathie MORGAN - cites impact of deaths on town.] No. local fisherman killed recently noted. [John HOLT - can't afford to stay in port during foul weather.] [Widow Jeannie FEDJDASZ - notes husband was lost doing what he wanted.] Circumstances of Richard Fedjdasz's death recalled. [FEDJDASZ - notes emotional importance to her of repairing husband's boat.]
REPORTER: Barry Petersen

Petersen, Barry;
Sawyer, Diane

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