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Eye On America (Los Angeles, California: Leaving L.A.) #346640

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 28, 1992
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(Los Angeles: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Lagattuta) The startling exodus of people from Los Angeles County featured; scenes shown. [Hazel JENCKS - explains why she is leaving Los Angeles.] [Moving company account executive Gary WOLF - lists reasons for those moving.] Concern about a kind of siege mentality that is developing in the city noted. [Therapist Stuart FISCHOFF - describes a patient's fear of highway snipers.] [Former LAPD officer Jim LAKER - talks about leaving L.A. due to the crime.] [Happy RESIDENTS - love L.A.] [Leaving, Chris TRUFFIS - fears a two-class city.]

Reporter(s):
Lagattuta, Bill;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:20

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