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Canada / '88 Olympics / Jansen #319883

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 19, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Calgary, Canada: Mark Phillips) Dan Jansen shown arriving in West Allis, WI, for sister Jane Jansen Beres' funeral. [JANSEN - says needs to be with family.] Friends and family shown watching Jansen compete. Jansen shown falling second time, courtesy ABC Sports. [FRIENDS - comment on fall.] [Father Harry JANSEN - comments on fall.] [FRIEND - says feels compassion for Jansen.] Jansen's skating talents discussed. [JANSEN - says has been strange week] Funeral service for sister Jane Jansen Beres mentioned. Jansen reported returning to watch fiancee Canadian skater Natalie Grenier compete. Jansen quoted.

Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan

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