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Saragosa, Texas / Tornado Aftermath #558606

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 06, 1987
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Saragosa, Texas: Dan Molina) Community's effort to recover from major tornado devastation in May featured; details given, scenes shown. Aid given by other towns and states described. [Ernesto BORDELLO - praises vols.' contributions.] [Vol. Rick SIKANCI - explains religious motive.] Severity of tornado and death toll reviewed; photos shown. [May 22, RESIDENT - feels town is dead.] [SIKANCI - hopes to finish over weekend.] [BORDELLO - anticipates making new house into a home.]

Molina, Dan;
Utley, Garrick

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