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Terrorist Bombs / California #36438

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 27, 1975
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(Studio) 2 terrorist bombings in San Francisco Bay area. 1 cut off power to 35,000 homes.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(San Jose, California) KNTV newsfilm shown of electric substn. at night. Damage to substn. shown. Planting of bombs systematic and time-consuming. Effects of power cutoff cited.
REPORTER: Rigo Chacon (narrates) (KGO-TV)

(Berkeley, California) Building housing local FBI hit by bomb. Damage shown. Building evacuated due to warning received by newspaper. Red Guerrilla Family takes credit in letter which supported SLA.
REPORTER: Rigo Chacon

Chacon, Rigo;
Smith, Howard K.

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