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Iraq War / Medical Care / Walter Reed Hospital #852711

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 21, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Kerley) A "Washington Post" newspaper investigation into conditions in a building housing outpatients from the Walter Reed hospital examined; specifics cited about Building 18 across the street from the main hospital. [Army vice chief of staff Gen. Richard COD†- says the Army takes responsibility for Building 18.] [Representative Thomas DAVIS - says the wounded are being treated shabbily.] [Walter Reed Army Medical Center commander Maj. Gen. George WEIGHTMAN†- says this building needs attention.] [Wounded soldier, Spc. Nick HELFFERICH†- says it gets more chaotic.]

Gibson, Charles;
Kerley, David

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