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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / Federal Building Bombing #605708

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 20, 1995
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(Oklahoma City: Tom Brokaw) Composite photos shown of two suspects in the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. [President CLINTON - says there is no place to hide.]

(Oklahoma City: Robert Hager) The investigation into this terror in the heartland featured; details given of the tracking of the rental truck used in the bombing and of a man who flew to Europe with suspicious luggage. [FBI's Weldon KENNEDY - describes the two suspects in detail.] Animation shown of the site of the explosion.] Attorney General Janet Reno said setting a reward for information.]

(Oklahoma City: Tom Brokaw) FBI hotline number shown on screen.

(Oklahoma City: Roger O'Neil) The search for signs of life in the bombed-out building featured; scenes shown of the rescue efforts. [Two rescue WORKERS, worker Mike FRANK, seeking a relative, Renae SPURGEON, Dr. Rick NELSON, WORKER - comment on rescue hopes.]

(Oklahoma City: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Oklahoma City: Jim Cummins) The wait for frantic relatives while the search in the rubble goes on featured; scenes shown. [Victor EAVES, WOMAN, Ivory TYLER, Timothy DEVEREAUX, Richard TOMLIN - wonder about the fate of their relatives.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Cummins, Jim;
Hager, Robert;
O'Neil, Roger

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