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Nightline: Heat Wave #648937

ABC Special for Tuesday, Jul 21, 1998

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  • Live discussion between Forrest Sawyer (ABC) and author Shelby Foote re: the impact of air conditioning on society.
  • Taped segment with Dean Reynolds (ABC), Dallas (Texas) area resident Pauline Parker, Danny Chandler of the Dallas County Sheriff's Department, Dallas (Texas) area resident Mike Moore, Parkland Memorial Hospital Dr. Kurt Kleinschmidt, "Dallas Morning News" writer Marilyn Schwartz, and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment with John Donvan (ABC), Bronx resident Anna Austrow, journalist Paul Duke, Washington (DC) resident Morris Lee, University of Southern Florida Professor Raymond Arsenault, Richard Kafka of the Potomac Electric Power Company, John Trimble of Statoil Energy, and Georgetown University Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine Dr. John Howell.

  • Reporter(s):
    Reynolds, Dean

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