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Kennedy Death #620928

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 02, 1998
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Reports introduced.

(Hyannisport, Massachusetts: Pat Dawson) The wake at the Cape Cod Kennedy summer home for Michael Kennedy, who was killed in a skiing accident, presented; scenes shown of the Kennedy family gathering. The history of competition and tragic deaths in the Kennedy family reviewed. [Representative Joseph KENNEDY, The Kennedy Women author Lawrence LEAMER, "Washington Post" columnist Mary McGRORY, Massachusetts political expert Tom O'NEILL - comment on the Kennedys.]

(Aspen, Colorado: David Gregory) More details on the skiing accident given; scenes shown from the ski slopes of Aspen, Colorado. [Paramedic Michael FERRARO, skier Mahood MAHDAVI, resident Hal CLIFFORD - talk about the risks of playing football while skiing.]

Dawson, Pat;
Gregory, David;
Williams, Brian

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