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Iraq / Surviving Soldier #772384

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 28, 2004
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(Studio: Terry Moran) Report introduced.

(New York: Ned Potter) The story of American soldier Sgt. Jessica Clements††, who survived injuries sustained in a bombing in Iraq, presented; details given about what happened to her in Baghdad, Landstuhl, Germany & Walter Reed hospital; photos & scenes shown. [CLEMENTS, mother Kim WYATT††- talk about Jessica's letters home.] [31st Combat Support Hospital in Baghdad Lt. Col. Jeffrey POFFENBARGER†, Landstuhl doctor Larry LETTLER‡- describe her brain injury.] [CLEMENTS - says it was a "survival thing"] [Walter Reed Army/Naval Medical Centers Lt. Col. Rocco ARMONDA†- talks about Jessica's dramatic recovery.] [Jessica's boyfriend Greg RAMOS††- comments on Jessica.]

Reporter(s):
Moran, Terry;
Potter, Ned
Duration:
00:05:00

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