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Warrior One Auction / Fisher House #856207

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jan 20, 2007
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Report introduced.

(Scottsdale, Arizona: John Roberts) The winning million-dollar bid from Re/Max Realty founder Dave Liniger† for CNN’s Warrior One Humvee, which was used for journalists in Iraq, featured; scenes shown from the charity auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, and of the hummer being rebuilt; photos shown of the hummer in use in Iraq; details given about Fisher House, which will benefit from the proceeds of the sale. [CNN videographer Scott McWHINNIE†- recalls being under fire in the vehicle.] [Fisher House president Ken FISHER†- says this will be very important to the program.] [WOMAN – says it’s one of a kind.] [LINIGER – says the cause is fabulous.]

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Report introduced.

(Ft. Campbell, Kentucky: Robin Meade) The Fisher House in Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, visited; scenes shown from the facility which houses families of hospitalized veterans. [Fisher House manager Vivian WILSON†- describes the house and the program.] [S/Sgt. Harold ORD†, S/Sgt. and wife Bryan and Melissa PRICE†, Sgt. and wife Jason and Heather PEPPER†- explain how Fisher House has helped.]

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The Fisher House Website noted.

Sanchez, Rick;
Roberts, John;
Meade, Robin

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