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Weather / California / Mudslide / West #776806

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 12, 2005
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Casualty figures from the La Conchita, California, mudslide cited.

(La Conchita, California: Sandra Hughes) The search & rescue mission featured; scenes shown of rescue workers, cadaver dogs & husband/father of victims, Jimmie Wallet††, digging through the mud, and of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger surveying the damage. [Long Beach Fire Department Frank HAYES†- reacts to finding the bodies of Wallet’s wife & children.] [SHERIFF – reads casualties’ names.] [SURVIVOR – reacts to hearing her mother’s name among the missing.] [SCHWARZENEGGER – comments on people coming together.] [Resident Karen ORRIN††– questions Schwarzenegger about shoring up the hillside.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) The impact of severe storms in other parts of the West noted; scenes shown of collapsing houses near St. George, Utah.

Rather, Dan;
Hughes, Sandra

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