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Crescent City, California / Tsunami #777839

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 21, 2005
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(Los Angeles: Brian Williams) The discovery of birds coated with oil in California noted; scenes shown from San Pedro.

(Crescent City, California: George Lewis) The tsunami that struck Crescent City, California, in 1964 recalled; footage & photos shown; diagram shown of the Casadian subduction zone, an offshore group of earthquake faults. [Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Henry RENTERIA†- says now they’re more prepared.] [Coffee shop owner Ray YOUNG†- describes what happened.] [Former civil defense director Bill PARKER – comments on the magnitude of the Asian tsunami.] [Humboldt University Lori DENGLER††- comments on the probability of another tsunami.]

Williams, Brian;
Lewis, George

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