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In Depth (Mt. Rainer Avalanche) #624694

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 12, 1998
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Seattle: Mike Boettcher) The avalanche on Mt. Rainer in Washington featured; timetable for the day reviewed; scenes shown of the mountain, where one team of climbers was swept over Disappointment Cleaver. [Survivor Kent SWANSON, park ranger Mike GAUTIER, survivor Doug WAGNER - describe what happened to the climbers after the avalanche.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) The view of senior guide Craig John on Mt. Rainer presented in his own words. [JOHN - explains the forces of nature at work while you climb mountains; describes the challenge.]

Boettcher, Mike;
Williams, Brian

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