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Truckers' Strike #475069

NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 01, 1974
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(Studio) Independent truckers strike; violence occurs sporadically. Pennsylvania National Guard alerted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Woodbridge, New Jersey) Truckers' strike adds to gasoline shortage. New Jersey gasoline stations in trouble because truckers attempt to halt all truck deliveries, incling. gasoline. Truckers react to strike.
REPORTER: Robert Hager

(Lordstown, Ohio) Few trucks on road; those traveling do so in groups. Adverse effects of strike begin to build.
REPORTER: Jack Paxton

(Los Angeles, California) Trucks remain parked to blockade gasoline pumps. Truckers demands reviewed.

Chancellor, John;
Hager, Robert;
Neal, Roy;
Paxton, Jack

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