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Attack On America / Pearl Harbor / December 7 and September 11 #652647

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 06, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pearl Harbor, Hawaii: John Blackstone) The meeting in Hawaii of Pearl Harbor veterans and New York Fire Department firefighters who were working during the September 11 attack on America featured; scenes shown of the attack on Pearl Harbor and shown from the USS Arizona memorial at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. [Pearl Harbor veteran Bob JENSEN - says too many memories came back.] [Veteran's DAUGHTER - says her father was 17 years old when Pearl Harbor was attacked.] [Veteran's son Keith JENSEN - says being at the memorial with his father is a special time.] [New York firefighter Joe PFEIFER - says Pearl Harbor and New York will always be connected.] [Firefighter's widow Donna PAOLILLO - says she understands how the Pearl Harbor widows felt.] [Pearl Harbor survivor Ed CHAPPELL - says America twice became too complacent.] [New York firefighters Al LAMPASSO, John McGINTY - say people will always remember September 11.]

Blackstone, John;
Rather, Dan

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