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Northeast Power Blackout #836265

NBC Special for Thursday, Aug 14, 2003

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  • Live NBC coverage of the Northeast Power Blackout which occured in the Niagara Power Grid, which includes cities such as New York, Cleveland, Detroit, and Toronto. Live reports and analysis from Brian Williams, Robert Bazell, Pete Williams, Mark Potter, Jerry Nachman, Tommy Llamas, Natalie Morales, and Michelle Franson.
  • Live interviews with Ramal Upshire.
  • Live footage of a press conference held by Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

  • Reporter(s):
    Robert Bazell;
    Pete Williams;
    Mark Potter;
    Jerry Nachman;
    Tommy Llamas;
    Natalie Morales;
    Michelle Franson

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