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Vietnam / Napalm Victims #461497

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 20, 1972
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(Studio) Kim Phouc is Vietnam girl burned by napalm. Her picture running down road on fire is symbol of Vietnam war.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Trang Bang, South Vietnam) 6 mos. since South Vietnam plane accidentally dropped napalm on Kim and her friends. She is in United States burn clinic in Saigon now. Girl's father Fan Tan Tung says daughter too young to be bitter. 3 year old nephew killed by same napalm that injured Kim Phouc. Later, house of family destroyed by cluster bomb. Tung says it's nobody's fault; just the war. Villages like Trang Bang can be rebuilt-bodies can't.
REPORTER: Arthur Lord

Chancellor, John;
Lord, Arthur

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