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Hurricane Katrina / New Orleans / Mold #804215

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 28, 2005
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Chalmette, Louisiana: Dean Reynolds) The growth of mold in homes in & around New Orleans that were damaged by Hurricane Katrina featured; scenes shown from a street in St. Bernard Parish in Louisiana & from Tulane hospital; details given of the medical dangers from mold. [Homeowner Gilbert ANDRY†- comments on the mold smell.] [Pediatrician Dr. Michael WASSERMAN†- wonders how children will respond to the mold environment.] [Tulane hospital spokesman Rob HEIFNER†- talks about the decontamination effort.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The latest death toll figures from Katrina reported.

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Reynolds, Dean

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