This program is 28 minutes long
(London: Ian Pannell) A bomb explosion attack on the London train system in Britain featured; scenes shown of the subway car, some of those injured & from the tracks. [Six PEOPLE - describe what happened.] [British transport police dep. constable Adrian HANSTOCK- calls it terrorism.] The investigation of surveillance video & other footage for clues discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(New York: Linsey Davis) The resulting tightening of security in the US, especially in cities like New York & Los Angeles, reviewed; photos shown.
(Studio: David Muir) The tweet from President Trump about the London terrorism attack quoted. Report introduced.
(London: George Stephanopoulos) The ABC interview held with British Prime Minister Theresa May about the attack. [MAY - says we had a cowardly attack on the London underground; reacts to Trump's speculation about Scotland Yard.]
(Studio: David Muir) Further coverage of the May interview on "This Week" noted.
(St. Louis: Alex Perez) The protests in St. Louis in response to the acquittal of a police officer, Jason Stockley, for the shooting of a black man, Anthony Smith, featured; scenes of the demonstrations & surveillance & dashcam video of the 2011 incident followed by the shooting shown. [PROTESTER - comments.] [Smith family attorney Albert WATKINS- says the family was shocked.] [St. Louis circuit attorney Kim GARDNER- defends the case.] The protests in nearby Ferguson over the death of Michael Brown recalled. The judge's ruling on the evidence in St. Louis discussed.
(Miami Beach, Florida: Victor Oquendo) The latest developments in the death of nursing home residents in Hollywood, Florida, when the air conditioning went out examined; scenes shown from outside the facility; details given about the nursing home's claims it asked for help, including from the governor's office with Governor Rick Scott's response quoted. [Memorial Regional Hospital chief nursing officer Judy FRUM, patients' daughter Carmen VERROY- comment on events at the home.]
(New York: Adrienne Bankert) The death of a fraternity pledge, Max Gruver, at Louisiana State University featured; details given from the Gruver autopsy & the death of pledge Tim Piazza at Penn State University that led to criminal charges. [LSU president F. King ALEXANDER- calls this unacceptable.] [Student Sean TRAN- questions hazing.] A statement from Phi Delta Theta fraternity quoted.
(Miami: Eva Pilgrim) The controversy over an interpreter during Hurricane Irma in Florida examined; scenes shown from September 8 of the signing interpreter, county lifeguard Marshall Greene, who may have been signing improper words that led to the deaf community demanding an apology.