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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #705884

ABC Special for Wednesday, Sep 12, 2001

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Note: Special Report coverage following local news hosted by Ted Koppel from London

Anchor: Peter Jennings (leaves), Ted Koppel

Reporters: from Washington, John Donvan (10:40-10:49) / from New York City, Dave Marash (10:49) / in studio, Michel Martin (10:53-11:06, 11:27) / in Nashville, Chris Bury (11:22-11:26)

Interviews: with Martin, free-lance cameraman Ted Cothren (10:53-11:00, 11:02-11:06) / former FBI SAC Weldon Kennedy & former special operations commander Gen. Wayne Downing (11:07-11:22) on how to investigate this crime

Live video: Rescue work at WTC site w. flag (11:04)

Video footage: **Cothren video (with live audio) from inside damaged WTC, rescue work, body bags (10:54-11:00)

Set summary reportorial pieces (video with audio): 10:40:40-10:46:40 Donvan piece on what we know so far (Attorney General John Ashcroft, reporter Ron Claiborne, Huffman Aviation owner Rudi Dekkers, President Bush, FBI director Robert Mueller, White House press secretary Ari Fleischer) / Bury piece on the shutdown of air traffic (people at Nashville airport) (11:23-11:25:30) / 11:27 Martin piece on the day after in New York City (rescue soldier, New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, fireman)

Of special interest: lot of reporters' long reports & set pieces

Reporter(s):
Bury, Chris;
Donvan, John;
Marash, Dave;
Martin, Michel
Duration:
01:00:00

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