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Midwest / Floods / Clinton Visit / Grand Forks, North Dakota #375059

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 22, 1997
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Grand Forks, North Dakota: Bill Plante) Tour by President Clinton of the flooded Midwest featured; ground and aerial scenes shown from Grand Forks, North Dakota. [Resident John ALEXANDER - talks about the devastation.] [Grand Forks Mayor Pat OWENS - comments on the situation.] [CLINTON - talks to residents; says he has asked Congress for emergency funds.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Grand Forks, North Dakota: Frank Currier) The flooding from the Red River featured; scenes shown. [North Dakota Governor Ed SCHAFER, firefighter Doug STERN, resident Jim COOLEY - comments on the devastation and the president's visit.]

Currier, Frank;
Plante, Bill;
Roberts, John

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