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A Closer Look (On Alert) #650729

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 05, 2001
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) A closer look at living near nerve gas introduced; map shown of chemical weapons depots in the US.

(Umatilla, OR: Neal Karlinsky) Security measures in the city of Umatilla, OR, where chemical weapons left over from the Cold War are stored featured; scenes shown. [Umatilla Chris MOLDAHILL - comments on "our reality;" describes the safety kit.] [Hermiston fire Department Chief Jim STEARNS - says we have protection and monitoring.] [Umatilla Chemical Depot Lieutenant Fred PELLISSIER - says there would be a catastrophic event if something happened.] [RESIDENT - says people are worried.]

Jennings, Peter;
Karlinsky, Neal

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