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New York / Student Driver Accident #316102

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 11, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Batavia, New York: Harold Dow) Accident involving high school driver education students, their teacher and drunk driver here reported; details given, scenes shown. Deaths of students Rhonda Reeves, Eric Ham Johnson and Kathleen Mindy Beals reported; Beals noted president of Students Against Drunk Driving. [Beals' mother Linda TAYLOR - recalls daughter's zest for life.] [Earlier in year, BEALS - warns peers against drunk driving.] [STUDENT - grieves.] [Deputy Sheriff Jack HAWKS - notes timing of call reporting drunk driver.] Condition of drunk driver Lyndon Goddell reported [TAYLOR - questions daughter's, others' deaths.]

Dow, Harold;
Schieffer, Bob

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