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A Closer Look (Shark Scare) #640635

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 03, 2001
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) This weekend's shark attack that killed 10-year- old David Peltier in Virginia Beach, Virginia, noted.

(Virginia Beach, Virginia: Jim Sciutto) The search along Virginia Beach's coast for sharks featured; scenes shown from the beach, which is dependent on tourist revenue. [Virginia Beach emergency dive team Larry HENINGER - says we are "putting eyes on the water."] [Lifeguard Kirk LIEBOLD - comments on the attack.] [New Smyrna Beach, Florida, concessionaire Tim MASON - says business is down.] [Breakers Resort Inn Jimmy CAPPS, Mayor Meyera OBERNDORF - comment on business and hype.]

Gibson, Charles;
Sciutto, Jim

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