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New York, New York / City of Hope / Double Tragedy #653404

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 13, 2001
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Rockaway: David Bloom) The impact of two tragedies on the Queens, New York City, community of Rockaway Beach featured; details given of the death of friends bond trader Charlie Herren at the World Trade Center and law student Chris Lawlor and his mother, Cathy, on the ground after the crash of American Airlines Flight 587; scenes shown from the neighborhood. [Lawlor friend Cathy LUNDON - says she does not know how much more the community can take.] [Local priest Monsignor Martin GARRITY - describes what happened in the plane crash says planning so many funerals is hard.] [New York Governor George PATAKI - praises the firefighters.] [New York Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - says New York will get through the latest tragedy.]

Bloom, David;
Brokaw, Tom

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