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Texas Town Rallies to Aid Shuttle Recovery Effort

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Texas Town Rallies to Aid Shuttle Recovery Effort

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Texas Town Rallies to Aid Shuttle Recovery Effort

Texas Town Rallies to Aid Shuttle Recovery Effort

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Much of the debris from the space shuttle Columbia fell in and around Nacogdoches, Texas, a city of 30,000 people. City and county employees have worked around the clock to assist the investigation by marking debris. Janet Heimlich reports.

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