ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 30, 1983
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(Studio) Environmental Protection Agency reported warning gasoline is polluting nation's underground water supply system.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings
(DC) Implications of gasoline leakage examined; EPA's estimate of number leaking tanks at present noted. Films shown. [EPA spokesperson Arnold KUZMACK - notes potential for disaster.] Hazardous substances contained in gasoline listed on screen, discussed. Major leakage problem near Boise, ID, described as example [KUZMACK - cites difficulty in cleaning such contaminated water.] Jet fuel leakage beneath Miami, Florida, airport recalled discovered recently; national scope of problem explained.
REPORTER: Roger Peterson
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