This program is 29 minutes long
(Burlington, Washington: Henry Rosoff) The bridge collapse reviewed; scenes/photos shown of vehicles in the water; details given from a report on America’s infrastructure about bridges that are deficient or functionally obsolete. [Survivor Bryce KENNING- describes what happened in the collapse.] [Former NTSB chairman Mark ROSENKER- says we have to invest in our infrastructure.] [Governor Jay INSLEE- says we want to discourage drivers from crashing their trucks into state bridges.] The 2007 bridge collapse in Minneapolis recalled.
(White House: Major Garrett) President Obama's commencement address and warning to graduates at the US Naval Academy in the wake of increased sexual assault cases in the military reviewed; details given about the investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct & fear of reprisals at a US Army missile unit at Fort Greely, Alaska and other recent cases, including those involving Air Force Lt. Col. Jeff Krusinski, Army Sgt. Michael McClendon, and a case at Ft. Hood, Texas. [OBAMA - says these crimes have no place in the greatest military on earth.]
(Washington: Bob Orr) A look at the terror watch list system presented in light of the revelation that the 2 London suspects were known to British intelligence; details given about how this case compares to the case of Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who was investigated by the FBI but not under surveillance. [CBS security analyst Juan ZARATE- says you can’t track every individual 24-7 who appears on the watch list and you can’t follow, from a civil liberties perspective, American citizens.]
(Moore: Mark Strassmann) The story of National Weather Service chief forecaster David Andra, who issued the emergency tornado warning for Moore while checking on his family members living there, presented; scenes shown of the twister. [ANDRA – says your family is vulnerable just like everyone else.] [Andra’s stepdaughter Elizabeth FARRAR- says she could tell he was concerned; reacts to the damage.]
(Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey: Michelle Miller) The rebuilding in Sea Bright on the Jersey Shore featured; scenes shown of the damage after the storm. [Business owners Brian GEORGE, Scott KELLY- comment on the rebuilding and insurance issues.]
(Birmingham: Bill Plante) The account of bombing survivor Sarah Collins Rudolph about the blast that killed her sister and left her partially blind, presented; footage shown. [RUDOLPH – recalls the explosion and her search for Addie; says she still suffers; says being bitter won’t bring the girls or her sight back.]
(Moore, Oklahoma: Steve Hartman) How the tornado in Moore, Oklahoma brought the Brown family sibling rivals, Caleb, Colby & Courtney, together featured. [BROWN kids – describe what they saw at Plaza Towers Elementary School; talk about caring for each other.] [Mom Rachquel BROWN- says it took this experience for them to realize how much their sister and brother mean to them.]