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Japan / Earthquake and Tsunami / A Discussion #990110

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 14, 2011
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(Sendai, Japan: Anderson Cooper) A new blast at the nuclear power station in Japan following the earthquake updated.

(Sendai, Japan: Anderson Cooper) A look at the terrible tragedy in Japan reviewed; scenes and photos shown of the tsunami waves carrying houses and cars, a man out at sea, search and rescue teams, relief centers, the disaster message board, reunited families, the prime minister calling for unity, the wreckage. [President OBAMA - promises assistance.]

(Sendai, Japan: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN contributor security analyst Jim Walsh, CNN's Sanjay Gupta and Gary Tuchman about the dangers to the Fukushima nuclear reactors and search and rescue operations; scenes shown of the rescue of people in a building. [WALSH - offers perspective on the seriousness of the threat to the reactors.] [GUPTA - comments on the change in tone about radiation safe levels; compares what happened here and in Haiti after the earthquake.] [TUCHMAN - comments on search and rescue operations for people marooned by the water.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:12:20

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