Bush Vows Prompt Aid for Minneapolis
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
President Bush is promising a quick response to yesterday's bridge collapse in Minneapolis.
President GEORGE W. BUSH: We in the federal government must respond and respond robustly to help the people there not only recover, but to make sure that lifeline of activity, that bridge, gets rebuilt as quickly as possible.
MONTAGNE: The president offered his condolences to the victims of yesterday's disaster. First Lady Laura Bush will travel to Minneapolis tomorrow.
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