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Chicago, Illinois / Porch Collapse / Witness #731911

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 29, 2003
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The collapse of a third-floor porch in Lincoln Park, Chicago, featured; scenes shown from the site. [Chicago fire commissioner James JOYCE†- says it was too many people in a small space.] [Emergency management services director Cortez TROTTER†- comments on the rescue efforts.] [Witnesses Natalie BROUGHMAN, Andrea MUZZAPAPPA††, Heather GILLIS†, Elizabeth GUIDICI†- describe what happened after the collapse.] [Department of building inspections commissioner Norma REYES†- comments on the porch.] Earlier department of buildings warning about the dangers of porch systems quoted.

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Reynolds, Dean

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