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In Depth (California Wildfires) #740790

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 29, 2003
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Southern California: Tom Brokaw) The risks of increased development in California‚Äôs fire zones examined; statistics cited; scenes shown from a helicopter. [Resident Bill HELBERT‡- comments on his choice to live where he does.] [Sierra Club Bill CORCORAN††- says we put people at risk by allowing communities to be built in highly flammable brush.] [California emergency management services director Dallas JONES††- says people will continue to live in the ravines.] [Ventura County building official Jack PHILLIPS††- points out construction techniques for mitigating the risk.]

Williams, Brian;
Brokaw, Tom

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