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Iraq War / Bloom Death #725423

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 06, 2003
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(Amman: Tom Brokaw) The death of NBC correspondent David Bloom from a pulmonary embolism reported.

(Washington: Bob Faw) Bloom's news career reviewed; scenes shown of Bloom reporting on the war in Iraq with the 3rd Infantry Division & earlier. [Sgt. Joe Todd's wife Rosa TODD†- recounts talking to her husband with Bloom.] [Former White House press secretary Michael McCURRY†- recounts his "scraps" with Bloom as White House reporter.] [Reporter Tim RUSSERT†- talks about Bloom.]

(Amman: Tom Brokaw) Examples of Bloom's reporting in Iraq with the 3rd Infantry Division shown. [On the move, BLOOM - reports on being under attack, showing destroyed Iraqi tanks, launching rockets, showing night movement & heading for Baghdad.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Faw, Bob

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