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Halogen Hazard #372427

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 08, 1997
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Jacqueline Adams) The fire hazards from halogen light bulbs because of the intense heat examined; scenes shown of the fire that destroyed jazz musician Lionel Hampton's New York City apartment yesterday. [Fire department official Louis GARCIA - says the cause was probably a halogen lamp.] [HAMPTON - comments.] [Consumer Products Safety Commission chairman Ann BROWN - says the halogen bulbs can cause fires.] [Fire victim Kathleen BATKA - tells of the fire started by her lamp.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) The warning from the Consumer Products Safety Commission about the halogen lamps reviewed.

Adams, Jacqueline;
Rather, Dan

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