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Southeast / Drought #311147

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 28, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Projected farm losses from continued S.E. drought reported; current heat-related death toll mentioned. [FARMER - describes his crop loss.] [Cnty. extension agent John PARK - discusses severity of situation.] [Fire chief Tom POPPE - notes drought-related fires are on incr.] [Water resources commissioner Alfred VANG - notes some South Carolina towns have no water.] [Geologist William McLEMORE - explains long-range implications.] [Dr. Corey SLOVIS - cites possibility of Third World diseases from contaminated water supplies.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Upcoming items announced.

Rather, Dan

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