CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 29, 2006
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) The first anniversary of Hurricane Katrina noted; footage shown; details given of the impact on New Orleans’ population; statistics on damage & deaths cited; scenes shown of President Bush today in New Orleans. [BUSH – says New Orleans needs people coming home.]
(New Orleans: Harry Smith) The day of remembrance in New Orleans reviewed; scenes shown of a service at the lakeside, white flags commemorating victims at Metairie Cemetery, a jazz funeral. [Residents Bill COPE, Colleen MOONEY- react to their loss.] [9th Ward resident Terry JACKSON- says the president and mayor forgot about us.] [Victim’s granddaughter Pam DOZAT- comments on rebuilding.] The mood in New Orleans today discussed.
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