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Liquefied Gas Safety #499989

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 31, 1978
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(Studio) Report on government study and recommendations with regard to shipping and storage safety of liquefied gases.

(DC) Details given about General Accounting Office report Explosion of liquefied gas and resultant fire in Cleveland in 1944 noted. [American Gas Association president George LAWRENCE - states industry response to report] Bill now before Congress, containing some GAO-suggested safety provisions, mentioned.
REPORTER: Jackson Bain

(Studio) California's decision to build liquefied gas storage facility at Point Concepcion reported; Chumash Indians' objections to project because of area's sacredness to tribe stated. Upcoming Segment 3 report outlined.

Bain, Jackson;
Hart, John

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