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(Studio: Gene Randall) Beginning of rebuilding in Central America after Hurricane Mitch reported; scenes shown from Yucaran, Honduras, of rebuilding efforts, and from Managua, Nicaragua, of rescue efforts.
(Studio: Marina Kolbe) Report introduced.
(Soto Cano, Honduras: Pat Neal) Continuing attempts to get aid to victims of Hurricane Mitch in Honduras and Nicaragua featured. [Logistic flight commander Captain Tim LEE - says his men are working as fast as they can; says many people are separated from airlift landing sites.] [US Ambassador to Honduras James CREAGAN - says the aid flights are providing a lot of food.] [Pilot Captain Jason WEIMER - says the weather would not let him land a plane full of food.] [T/sergeant Steve OSBORNE - says there are not enough people to help.] [US Southern Command General Charles WILHELM - says engineering capabilities are needed.]
- Kolbe, Marina;
- Neal, Pat;
- Randall, Gene
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