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New Orleans, Louisiana / Flood Control #861711

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 15, 2007
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(New Orleans: Martin Savidge) The installation of defective flood control pumps in New Orleans by the Army Corps of Engineers featured; map and animation shown. [Senator Mary LANDRIEU†- calls for an investigation.] [Corps of Engineers Lt. Gen. Carl STROCK†- says we chose to accept a calculated risk.] [In April, 2006, Corps of Engineers Brig. Gen. Robert CREAR†- says we will be able to provide the level of protection we had before Hurricane Katrina.] [New Orleans resident Jeanne LAUSANO‡– worries.]

Brown, Campbell;
Savidge, Martin

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