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Special Segment (New York City Homeless) #558873

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 22, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(NYC: Cassandra Clayton) Manhattan, New York, commuters shown arriving in NYC's Port Authority bus terminal. Hundreds of homeless reported living in terminal. [COMMUTER - comments on homeless in station] [Homeless MAN - comments on situation.] [Stn. manager Susan BAYER - comments on homeless people living in station] [Police OFR. - comments on crime opportunities with so many homeless crowding station] Stn.'s drug and prostitute problems discussed; scenes shown. Vols. reported bringing food to station dwellers. [Homeless "LISA" - comments on begging.] [MAN -says homeless interfere with business] [MERCHANT - comments on situation.] Musicians shown performing in station [Homeless Terry ROBERTS - comments on being homeless.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) NBC News special announced.

Brokaw, Tom;
Clayton, Cassandra

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