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Weekend Journal (Ground Zero: Health Risks) #652835

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 19, 2002
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(Studio: Thalia Assuras) The health risks at Ground Zero in New York City for cleanup workers and fire fighters examined. [Queens College Dr. Steven MARKOWITZ, EMT volunteer John GRAHAM, Mt, Sinai Medical Center Dr. Philip LANDRIGAN - describes the symptoms.] The EPA's monitoring of air quality noted. [EPA director Christopher JIMENEZ - lists the chemicals in the air.] [EPA senior manager Kathy CALLAHAN - cites level of exposure and health risks.] [Lower Manhattan resident Donna LUEKER - worries about the family health.]

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