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Bus Crash / Yuba City, California #43453

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 22, 1976
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(Studio) Bus crash that killed 28 in California being investigated. 24 survived; 9 are in critical condition. National Transportation Safety Bd. says accident is worst one in board's 10 year history.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

(Yuba City, California) Flags fly at 1/2 mast. [BOY - asks questions about wreck.] [MAN - tries to explain wreck.] There will be moment of silence at Yuba City high school Monday for those killed and memorial service at the end of wk. [School superintendent Andros KARPEROS - says it's a time for weeping and mourning.] [BOY - says everyone feels bad.] [2nd BOY - feels depressed but must get over it.] [1st BOY - notes unreality of the situation.] Investigation begun into reasons for bus crash. 3 years ago, Juan Corona convicted here of murdering 25 farm hands.
REPORTER: Bill Redeker

Koppel, Ted;
Redeker, Bill

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