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Carbondale, Illinois / Fatal Fire #358345

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 14, 1994
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(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Scott Pelley) The death of eight children in a house fire in Carbondale, Illinois, featured; scenes shown of the house. [Police Chief Don STROM - says the mother was supposed to have been home watching the children.] [Coroner Dr. Jerry THURMAN, neighbor Minnie COLE - comment.]


(Studio: Edie Magnus) Report introduced.

(New York: David Culhane) No meetings scheduled between major league baseball players and owners reported; scenes shown of federal mediators in New York and from minor league games across America. [Senator George MITCHELL - says both sides are losing and need to settle this within their own system.] [At a minor league game, two FANS, New Haven general manager Charlie DOWD - talk about baseball in the minors.]

Culhane, David;
Magnus, Edie;
Pelley, Scott

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