NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 16, 1993
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Edison, New Jersey: Robert Hager) The danger from buried chemical warfare and unexploded materiel, a legacy going back to World War I, examined; scenes shown from Edison, New Jersey, and of a map of weapons and chemicals sites. [Brigadier General Gerald BROWN - cites number of sites with environmental contamination.] The problem in Edison reviewed. [Middlesex County College official Paul HILF - talks about the buried explosive material.] [Army project director Major Ben HARRIS, health commissioner John GRUN, activist Robert SPIEGEL - comment.]
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