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Japan / Earthquake/ Kobe #359603

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 23, 1995
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The death toll in Japan from the earthquake officially reported rising above five thousand today. Economic impacts for the stock market noted.

(Kobe: Bob Simon) The tenacious Japanese's steady recovery from last week's earthquake featured. The crematorium which has been burning one hundred bodies a day displayed; scenes shown of families with their ash urns. [Crematorium MANAGER - complains he can only do little for the families.] [Heaven Caf‚ owner Kazio UWEDA - (thru translator) comments on his luck to have earthquake insurance.] Scenes of Kobe, Japan's destruction and recuperation.

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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