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Northeast / Power Blackout / Gilmore Interview / New York #735471

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 14, 2003
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(New York: Aaron Brown) Times Square at night in Manhattan shown. Live interview held with National Comm. on Terrorism former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore about the blackout in the Northeast. [From Washington, GILMORE†- says there has been a good reaction to the blackout; states we have to get the private sector fully engaged in these kind of infrastructure crises; states we have to investigate why this situation happened & why there were not "firewalls" to prevent it.]

(New York: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(New York: Maria Hinojosa) The projection that some of New York City will have power back around 1 AM outlined.

Brown, Aaron;
Hinojosa, Maria

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