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Nightline: Epicenter #745057

ABC Special for Monday, Dec 29, 2003

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  • Live discussion between Terry Moran (ABC) and Martin Seemungal (ABC) re: recovery efforts in the aftermath of the earthquake in Bam, Iran.
  • Live discussion between Moran and US Geological Survey Southern California Chief Scientist Lucy Jones re: reasons for the disparity in death and damage between the Bam earthquake and recent earthquakes of similar magnitude in California and elsewhere.
  • Taped segment with Seemungul, rescue worker Christine Louwn, Luxembourg Red Cross rescue worker Yves Marx, British rescue worker Keith Burns, Dr. Hamidreza Mortazvi, British survivor Ruth Millington, German survivor Michael Runkel, guesthouse owner Akhbar Panjalizadeh, Bam resident Mohammad Dasties, and unidentified others.
  • Reporter(s):
    Seemungul, Martin

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