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La Guardia Blast / Effects / New York City #481077

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 30, 1975
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(Studio) Federal task force set up to study bomb explosion at La Guardia Airport. Airports in general tightened security. Air traffic on E. coast disrupted. No clues as to who set blast.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(NYC) Police search wreckage for clues. 11 killed in blast. Bomb hidden in public lockers. [Bomb expert Lieutenant Ken. O'NEILL - says bomb may have been big so as to kill more people.] Damages described. 75 injured. [Passenger Robert DICKMAN - describes blast and effects.] [Passenger Elisha DENTON - says person who set blast must be sick.] No airport traffic at La Guardia until 10 p.m. tonight.
REPORTER: Richard Hunt

(Studio) Pol. terrorists usually claim responsibility for blasts quickly;

Chancellor, John;
Hunt, Richard

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