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Eye On America (Car Attacks: Interstate 295) #341753

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 13, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Jacksonville, Florida: Erin Hayes) The attacks on motorists driving along a stretch of Florida's Interstate 295 featured; scenes shown of the shooting and rock throwing incidents. [Debra Lewis, two PEOPLE, William Kleindens' SON - describe attacks on the cars.] Police speculation that the culprits are young gang members noted. [Duval County, Florida, Sheriff Jim McMILLAN - says it could be an initiation process.] The nationwide scope of the wave of violence against cars, including carjackings, such as the one that killed Gail Shollar in New Jersey, reviewed; scenes shown. [Crime Control Institution Larry SHERMAN, FBI Howard APPLE - sum up the violence out there.] Warning from the AAA against driving on 295 mentioned; scenes shown of National Guard patrols in Jacksonville, Florida. [WOMAN, National GUARDSMAN - comment.] [AAA president Paul VERKUIL - offers advice to drivers.]

Reporter(s):
Hayes, Erin;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:20

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