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Turkey / Earthquake #428147

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 14, 1999
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(Studio: Andria Hall) The rescue in Turkey of a woman trapped under rubble for 48 hours reported.

(Duzce, Turkey: Chris Burns) Continuing efforts to rescue people after the earthquake reported; details given of concerns about weather problems hampering rescue efforts; scenes shown of rescue work amidst the rubble. [Rescue worker Aytac KESKIN - talks about rescuing a child.] [Israeli rescue team Major Amir TANDLICH - says sometimes people can survive a week.] [MOTHER (thru translator) - talks about trying to rescue people from her apartment.]

(Studio: Andria Hall) Interview held with World Relief Steve Kabick. [KABICK - says rescue efforts are still happening; says medical supplies are all right; says shelter is needed; says the people are traumatized.]

Burns, Chris;
Hall, Andria

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