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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 30, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with California Governor Gray Davis about the wildfires. [From Los Angeles, DAVIS - says we made some progress today across the board due to the changing weather; predicts the fires could be contained within seven days; comments on the death of firefighter Steve Rucker; outlines how bad & severe these fires have been; outlines the opening of "one-stop" centers for applying for aid; comments on his role as governor & working with Governor-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The view of the fires from "Los Angeles Times" photographer Gina Ferazzi presented; photos shown. [FERAZZI - talks about the firefighters, the homeowners who stay behind, the moving fire & burning homes, people in shock.]

Brown, Aaron

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