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Texas / Floods / Pipelines #596475

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 24, 1994
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Houston: Jim Cummins) The aftermath of the floods in Houston featured; details given of the problems with damaged petroleum pipelines in the San Jacinto River; fire, flood and damage scenes shown. [US Coast Guard Captain Richard FORD - talks about containing the spilled oil.] [At her ruined house, Myra BRANCH - comments.] 5:44:30 "MAD AS HELL (POLITICS: CONNECTICUT) (PART I)"

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Series of reports on politics introduced.

(Middletown, Connecticut: Brian Williams) The Congressional race in Connecticut, pitting incumbent Sam Gejdenson against Republican Ed Munster and a third party candidate, examined in light of the anti- incumbency mood across the nation; campaign scenes shown. [Congressional candidate David BINGHAM, three VOTERS - say the voters are angry.] [MUNSTER, state Democratic Party leader Ed MARCUS, diner owner Brian O'ROURKE - talk about the race and the cry for "change."]

Brokaw, Tom;
Cummins, Jim;
Williams, Brian

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