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Tennessee / Sludge Spill #915903

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 27, 2008
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Harriman, Tennessee: Gigi Stone) The cleanup operations in Tennessee after a coal ash spill featured; scenes shown from Harriman of the sludge in a neighborhood; details given of the view of the environmentalists about "clean coal" in light of this accident. [Resident Angie SPURGEON†, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy Stephen SMITH†- comment on the concerns about toxicity.] [American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity Joe LUCAS†- defends coal as an energy resource.] [October 1, Senator Barack OBAMA - says we can stop global warming.]

Muir, David;
Stone, Gigi

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