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CDC / 2 Deaths #492539

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 01, 1977
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(Studio) CDC (Centers for Disease Control) in Atlanta has 2 workers die of unknown cause.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Atlanta, Georgia) 1 man was George Flowers. Both worked in building where Legionnaires' disease and other deadly infections studied. Legionnaires' disease outbreak in Philadelphia last summer noted. [Dr. Richard DIXON - says cause of 2 deaths could be several things and Legionnaires' disease can't be excluded, but it's unlikely.] So far no indications of others at CDC (Centers for Disease Control) having disease.
REPORTER: Robert Bazell

Bazell, Robert;
Chancellor, John

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