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Nightline: Bertha #648385

ABC Special for Friday, Jul 12, 1996

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  • Discussions with Ted Koppel (ABC), Mark Potter (ABC), US Marine Corps Major Rick Mill, Kure Beach (North Carolina) resident Sterling Dunton, former National Hurricane Center Director Bob Sheets, American Red Cross Acting President Gene Dyson, Professor William Gray, and Sullivans Island (SC) home owners Huiet and Helen Paul re: Hurricane Bertha.
  • Taped segment with Potter and area residents Stanley Goodwin, Mike Appleton, and Connie Yerks.
  • Taped segment with Michael Guillen (ABC), Huiet Paul, and Thermospheric Structures President George Paul.
  • Koppel remarks re: former NBC News reporter John Chancellor on the occasion of his death, and an excerpt of Chancellor's farewell remarks on the occasion of his retirement.

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