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Asia / Earthquake & Tsunami / The Date #790436

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 19, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Daniel Sieberg) The scientific data on the earthquake & tsunami that centered in the Indian Ocean in Asia last December examined; disaster scenes & diagrams shown; details given about the big picture for the entire planet. [Penn State University professor Charles AMMON†- says this earthquake lasted 500-600 seconds.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The story of a young American seaman, PO Charles Dearing‡, who worked in Aceh, Indonesia, after the tsunami deciding who would be airlifted out for medical help, presented; scenes shown from a village in Aceh of the dazed people & the helicopter bringing out victims.

Brown, Aaron;
Sieberg, Daniel

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