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Texas A&M University / Football Game / Bonfire Victims Remembered #627788

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 26, 1999
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Jim Cummins) Memorials for the 12 victims of the Texas A&M bonfire collapse before and during the football game against the University of Texas reported. [PERSON - talks about the students killed.] [Alice KREDEK - says she feels for the families.] [Senator Kay Bailey HUTCHISON - says the tragedy may have changed the rivalry.] [Senator Phil GRAMM - talks about the candlelight vigil.] [Texas Governor GEORGE W. BUSH - says it was a day for football.] [Dominic KRAUS - talks about moving on.] [University of Texas student Trey ROEDER - says everyone feels the same about the tragedy.] [Texas A&M student Mike MAGINNESS - says the Aggies are like a family.]

Cummins, Jim;
Williams, Brian

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