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East Coast Storms #89233

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 29, 1984
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(Studio) Death and injuries from major storms hitting eastern coast reported; storm system illustrated on map. No. tornadoes in North Carolina and South Carolina mentioned.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

(Bennettsville, SC) Impact of tornadoes here examined; films shown. [Rescue squad spokesperson Johnny DRISCOLE, resident Debra CHAMALIAN, James SANDERS - describe experience.] Destruction in Newberry described, shown. [Biddie EPTEIN - fears for grandson Chris Eptein.] [Don GAMBRELL, Governor James HUNT, Steve HULEN - describe destruction, loss of lives.]
REPORTER: Jay Schadler

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

(NYC) Storm's impact on New Jersey coastal communities examined; films shown. Destruction in Atlantic City cited as example [Nanette WAKEFIELD, MAN - comment.] Storm's impact on NYC, Boston area and northe. detailed, shown.
REPORTER: Stone Phillips

Koppel, Ted;
Phillips, Stone;
Schadler, Jay

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