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Dickinson State University / Missing Students #960040

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 03, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams)Report introduced.

(Bismarck, North Dakota: John Yang) The search for 3 missing students from Dickinson State University in North Dakota featured; photos shown of Ashley Neufeld††, Kyrstin Gemar†† and Afton Williamson††, who were softball teammates; reverse 911 call played; scenes shown of a prayer vigil at the college. [Stark County Sheriff Clarence TUHY†- describes their frantic cell phone calls.] [Voice of father Lenny GEMAR†- comments on the girls’ penchant for star-gazing.] [Former softball coach Guy FRIDLEY†, roommate Andrea SCHOCK†- comment.]

Williams, Brian;
Yang, John

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