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California / Wildfires / Davis Interview #740620

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 27, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The wildfires in southern California introduced.

(Simi Valley, California: Martin Savidge) The wildfires in Simi Valley featured; scenes shown of the blaze in the canyon landscape. [Trailer park residents Kevin HARRIS. Corey BUSHELL†, Tina ZINSKI†- ponder leaving.] The fire's approach to Los Angeles noted & the firefighting effort discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) President Bush's declaration of parts of California as a major disaster area noted.

(Devore: Frank Buckley) The impact of the fire in Devore featured; scenes shown of helicopters, firefighters on the ground & the blaze around San Bernardino. [After returning home, Amy REESE, Joshua BROOKS, Chuck REED - react to their losses.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The shift of the Monday night football game to Tempe, Arizona, from San Diego noted.

(San Diego: David Mattingly) The fire in San Diego County featured; scenes shown from Qualcomm Stadium & of brush fires. [Volunteer Dani DAILY†, evacuees George LEWIS†, Berry FIECK†, volunteer physician Tammy SERVIES†- comment on the fire & its effects on the people.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with California Governor Gray Davis about the wildfires. [From San Diego, AVIS - recounts stories about the people harmed by the fire & providing relief; outlines what is being done to put out the fire; states a thousand homes have been destroyed; talks about the source of disaster funding.]

Brown, Aaron;
Savidge, Martin;
Buckley, Frank;
Mattingly, David

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