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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Trace Gallagher) The lawsuit filed by legal investigator Erin Brockovich on behalf of Beverly Hills High School in California featured; details given about wells that have been pumping oil from beneath the school’s athletic fields for over 80 years and the lawsuit, which claims pollutants from the wells have caused cancer in former students. [BROCKOVICH- discusses the numerous calls she received about the oil wells; responds to allegations that she filed the suit for publicity.] [Beverly Hills city lawyer Larry WIENER- explains a University of Southern California study; says he is disappointed the story was first presented to the media instead of the city.]
- Smith, Shepard;
- Gallagher, Trace
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