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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 13, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Miami, Florida: Victoria Corderi) Funeral of child Chelsea Riley shown; details of her death resulting from handgun given. [Med. examiner Dr. Joseph DAVIS - says violence worsening.] No. of children in Florida killed by guns noted rising. [John EDMUNDSON - cries about babies dying.] [Shooting victim Jennifer ROYAL - comments on shooting.] [Miami police ofr. David RIVERO - comments on gun laws and children.] Incr. in shootings noted directly linked to crack cocaine trade. [Miami police department spokesperson Charlie HAYNES - comments on drugs.]

Corderi, Victoria;
Rather, Dan

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