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Fargo, North Dakota, Minnesota / Flood / The Mayor #927807

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 28, 2009
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The receding of the Red River threatening Fargo, North Dakota, reported; scenes shown.

(Moorhead, Minnesota: Barbara Pinto) The flooding in Minnesota featured; scenes shown from Oakport & Moorhead of the river & shelters. [Minnesota conservation officer Mike HRUZA†- says you can't make people leave.] [Resident Dan HERSRUD†, Moorhead resident Walter JOHNSON†, National Weather Service Greg GUST†, American Red Cross Courtney JOHNSON†- comment on the conditions.]

(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Fargo: Eric Horng) The view of the flood threat from Fargo Mayor Dennis Al Walaker presented; scenes shown of Grand Forks under water in '97. [In '97 & now, WALAKER - talks about the flooding; states it is time to protect Fargo.]

Harris, Dan;
Pinto, Barbara;
Horng, Eric

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