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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 14, 1987
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Columbus, Ohio: Douglas Kiker) Money flying out of opened doors of armored truck on Columbus, Ohio, freeway on October 28 recalled; details given, sketches and photos shown. City leaders noted urging people to return money. [Melvin KISER - describes money flying through the air.] [Mayor Buck RINEHART - discusses Midwestern ethic.] Loss said covered by insurance [Armored car company owner David YOST - says money should be returned.] "Columbus Dispatch"'s editorials said calling for return of money. [Franklin Cnty. prosecutor Michael MILLER - says some people got large sums of money.] [WCMH-TV news producer Tom BURKE - says many people have said they will not return money.] Phone poll results on morals of situation shown on screen. [PEOPLE - discuss whether or not to keep money.] (Artist: Arthur Lien)

Chung, Connie;
Kiker, Douglas

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