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Hurricane Andrew / Florida / Military Aid / Rebuilding #588840

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 03, 1992
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(Homestead, Florida: Fred Francis) Presence of federal troops in south Florida to help provide relief for the victims of Hurricane Andrew featured; scenes shown of aid depot, the tent city and GIs helping to clean up Homestead, Florida. [Note: no audio for comments by a two-star general.] [Company commander Army Captain Brad BOOTH - describes his role.] [Army General Edwin BURBA - comments.]

(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(South Florida: Robert Hager) Rebuilding of south Florida featured; aerial scenes shown of the destruction. [Rebuilding director Alva CHAPMAN - converses with contributors; says houses must be better built; talks about the depth of the losses there.]

Francis, Fred;
Hager, Robert;
Phillips, Stone

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