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California / Earthquakes / Landers #345088

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 28, 1992
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(Studio: Edie Magnus) Map shown of earthquakes centered at Yucca Valley, California and Big Bear Lake, California.

(Los Angeles: Ron Allen) Two big earthquakes and aftershocks in southern California featured; scenes shown of the damages. [Eight PEOPLE - describe what happened.] Prospects of more aftershocks noted.

(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(Yucca Valley: John Blackstone) Impact of the first quake on the desert town of Landers, California, featured; scenes shown of the damages. [Trailer park resident Brian TWAITE, home owner Robert ELKINS - describe what happened.]

Allen, Ron;
Blackstone, John;
Magnus, Edie

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