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Bosnia / Peace Mission / Sava River Bridge #401143

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Dec 31, 1995
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(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) Report introduced.

(On the river Sava, northeastern Bosnia: Jim Clancy) The United States Army bridge builders' completion off the bridge across the Sava River, which connects Bosnia and Croatia, reported; scenes shown of the first tanks crossing the pontoon bridge. [US Army Lieutenant Colonel Gregg STONE, sergeant Major Stephen WALLS, Colonel Steven HAWKINS, Brigadier General Patrick O'NEAL - comment.]

(Studio: Denise Dillon) The health of Army Spec. Martin Begosh, the first American soldier wounded in Bosnia, updated; photograph shown of him receiving the purple heart. [Father Andrew BEGOSH - comments on the phone conversation with his son.]

Reporter(s):
Clancy, Jim;
Dillon, Denise;
Meserve, Jeanne
Duration:
00:04:00

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