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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 20, 2001
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(Studio: Willow Bay) Report introduced.

(Derby, Connecticut: Brian Cabell) A new case of anthrax in a 94-year-old woman in Oxford, Connecticut, examined. [Griffin Hospital President Patrick CHARMEL - describe the testing for anthrax.] [Connecticut Governor John ROWLAND - describes the investigation.]

(Studio: Willow Bay) Report introduced.

(Washington: Eileen O'Connor) The course of the anthrax investigation with the cases of New Yorker Kathy Nguyen and the Connecticut woman and the letters sent to Washington, DC, reviewed. [Attorney General John ASHCROFT - comments on the FBI profile of the anthrax letter sender suggests a domestic setting.]

(Studio: Willow Bay) Live interview held with Governor Rowland about the anthrax case. [ROWLAND - describes the elderly woman's condition and the puzzling aspects of anthrax cases.]

Bay, Willow;
Cabell, Brian;
O'Connor, Eileen

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