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Oregon / Mt. Hood Rescue (Part I) #847104

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 13, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Fort Hood: Dan Simon) The efforts in Oregon to rescue three climbers missing on Ft. Hood featured; scenes & diagrams shown; photos shown of Brian Hall, Kelly James & Jerry Cooke†; details given about the tracking technology that is being used. [USAF 304th Rescue Squadron Capt. Chris BERNARD†- talks about the weather & conditions.] [Aracar drone pilot Mike IWANICKI†- shows how the drones work.] [Brother Frank JAMES†- comments on other such situations.] The questions about Kelly James's cell phone calls discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Videotape of a rescue on Mt. Hood four year ago in which a rescue helicopter crashed shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Simon, Dan

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