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Japan / Kobe Earthquake / Relief #359564

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 21, 1995
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Osaka: James Hattori) The chaos in Kobe, Japan, in the aftermath of Tuesday's earthquake featured; scenes shown of the damaged areas and of rescue workers trying to find live victims in the rubble. [MAN (thru translator) - tells of being trapped under his house.] The danger of mudslides from an upcoming rainstorm stated.

(Kobe: Bob Simon) A live report from Kobe on the rain storms given.

(New York: Jacqueline Adams) The search for news of loved ones by Japanese-Americans reported. [General manager Eiichi ICHIHASHI - comments on the victim list.] [President CLINTON - talks about the quake.] American relief supplies for the victims of the earthquake in Kobe shown being loaded on a plane headed for Osaka, Japan.

Reporter(s):
Adams, Jacqueline;
Hattori, James;
Schieffer, Bob;
Simon, Bob
Duration:
00:05:40

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