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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(New York: Fred Francis) Concerns about the stress of the holiday season on people already affected by the September 11 attack on America examined. [World Trade Center area evacuee Mary REYNOLDS - says people cannot live life "in a closet."] [Amelia GRAYSON - says people must take life back.] [Mother of World Trade Center victim Lorraine FOLEY - compares losing her son to "going to Hell and back."] [Disaster psychiatrist Dr. Robert URSANO - says feelings of safety have been disrupted.] [Daughter Colleen and Kelly REYNOLDS - comment.] [Children's Health Fund president Dr. Irwin REDLENER - says most of the children will be fine.]
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Francis, Fred
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