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Los Angeles, California / Earthquakes / Schwarzenegger Interview #900108

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 30, 2008
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The video of the reaction on the "Judge Judy" TV show to the earthquake in southern California shown.

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Ted Rowlands) The earthquake danger in California with the "Big One" being predicted examined; scenes shown from the L.A. fire/earthquake training facility and from several recent quakes. [Two PEOPLE - react.] [Capt. Mike BROWN - outlines what would happen in the first days of the big quake.] [USGS seismologist Dr. Lucy JONES†- says an earthquake on the San Andreas fault is inevitable.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Interview held yesterday with Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger about the state's earthquake readiness. [SCHWARZENEGGER - explains the state's quick response to disasters and the lack of funding for infrastructure; suggests the federal government has to wake up about the infrastructure.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Tomorrow's special "Roads to Ruin" previewed.

Reporter(s):
Brown, Campbell;
Rowlands, Ted
Duration:
00:04:50

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