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America Rising / Day 5 / New York City / Volunteers / Chaplain's Funeral / Flags #642396

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 15, 2001
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(Studio: John Roberts) Monday's reopening of the stock market noted.

(New York: Mika Brzezinski) The volunteer efforts in New York City featured; scenes shown from the downtown streets. [Volunteers Sabina DZHANGRIOVA, MAN, Jason LOHR, Mary KARADIMOS - talk about helping.] Victim's daughter Tina CHRISTMAN - wonders about her father.] [9-year-old Anthony HINTON - says it is hard to understand.]

(Studio: John Roberts) The funeral for fire department chaplain Mychal Judge featured; scenes and photos shown. [Franciscan friar Reverend Michael DUFFY, former President Bill CLINTON, firefighter Steve MARLEY - praise Judge who dying while helping the firefighters.]

(New York: Thalia Assuras) Patriotism in one New York City neighborhood featured; scenes shown of the flag everywhere. [Antique shop owner Stuart SACKIN - expresses his feelings about putting up the flag.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(New York: Jim Axelrod) The symbolism of the World Trade Center towers examined; scenes shown of the towers before. [MAN, Alise and Howard HOFFMAN, former mayor Ed KOCH, MAN - remember the WTC towers.]

Assuras, Thalia;
Axelrod, Jim;
Brzezinski, Mika;
Roberts, John

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