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NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 09, 2001
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: David Bloom) The hazards faced by recovery workers at the World Trade Center in New York City examined; details given of several reports of recovery workers' injuries and continuing complaints from firefighters after the scaling back of recovery efforts; scenes shown from Ground Zero. [OSHA administrator John HENSHAW - says the workers are fortunate since none have died.] [Ironworker Bob STROSHEIN - says he has skin grafts on his leg.] [Uniformed Firefighters Association Health and Safety Officer Thomas MANLEY - comments.] [New York fire commissioner Thomas VON ESSEN - says claims that the city no longer cares about the recovery process are untrue.] [New York Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - says critics are off-base.]

Bloom, David;
Williams, Brian

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