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In Depth (Aggressive Driving) #627732

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 22, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Alabaster, Alabama: Fredricka Whitfield) The murder of Gena Foster by Shirley Henson after a road rage incident on Alabama state 65 featured. [Shelby County, Alabama, District Attorney Randall HILLMAN - says one woman cut the other off.] [Shirley Henson's attorney David Cromwell JOHNSON - says Foster threw a Coke bottle at Henson.] [Motorist Lisa ADNEY - says Henson could not believe she shot someone.] [Radio CALLER - defends the shooting.] [American Institute of Public Safety Arnold NERENBERG - says women rarely shoot others.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Miami: Kerry Sanders) Programs meant to decrease the rate of road rage reported. [Maryland State Trooper C.J. HOWELL - says some people ram other drivers.] [University of Hawaii Dr. Leon JAMES - says there is no more sense of highway community.] [National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Henry ROCKEL - says aggressive driving is dangerous.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Sanders, Kerry;
Whitfield, Fredricka

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