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Miami, Florida / Hostage Incident #895616

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 29, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The situation in Miami when shots were fired after a man attempting to rob a Walgreens store took the manager hostage reviewed; scenes shown.

(Miami: Susan Candiotti) The botched robbery featured. [WPLG photographer Fabrissio LOPEZ†, Miami-Dade police Lt. Robert WILLIAMS†- describe what happened.] The condition of the store manager, who fought back and escaped, and why the robber took a hostage discussed.

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Live interview held with Williams about the incident. [From Miami, WILLIAMS – explains why the police didn’t shoot the robber right away; reacts to the manager’s decision to fight back.]

Sanchez, Rick;
Candiotti, Susan

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