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>>> TONIGHT, FROM
NORMANDY, FRANCE, THE
EVE OF 75 YEARS SINCE
THE DAY THAT CHANGED
THE COURSE OF HISTORY.
IT'S BEING CALLED THE
LAST MAJOR GATHERING
OF THE HEROES THAT
STORMED THE BEACHES ON
D-DAY AND TONIGHT
WE'RE WITH ONE OF
THOSE HEROES WHO
PARACHUTED BEHIND
ENEMY LINES, NOW 97
YEARS OLD MAKING THE
JUMP AGAIN AND
DELIVERING A POWERFUL
MESSAGE TO THE WORLD.
>>> ALSO TONIGHT, A
HIGH STAKES SHOWDOWN
AS PRESIDENT TRUMP
DOUBLES DOWN ON
THREATS TO TAX GOODS
FROM MEXICO AND THE
HIGH COST FOR
AMERICANS FOR
EVERYTHING FROM TVS TO
FOOD TO CLOTHES.
>>> BATTLE LINES BEING
DRAWN IN THE CASE OF
THE PARKLAND SCHOOL
POLICE OFFICER CHARGED
WITH CHILD NEGLECT FOR
FAILING TO ACT WHEN A
GUNMAN OPENED FIRE.
>> THERE IS A
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
COWARDOUS AND CRIMINAL
ACTIVITY.
I THINK WHAT YOU FOUND
HERE IS
THEY ARE EXAMPLES OF
BOTH.
>> TONIGHT THE FORMER
DEPUTY FACING THE SAME
JUDGE AS THE MAN
ACCUSED OF
SLAUGHTERING 17
STUDENTS AND STAFF.
>>> A DOCTOR CHARGED
WITH 25 COUNTS OF
MURDER ACCUSED OF
KILLING PATIENTS HE
WAS SUPPOSED TO BE
CARING FOR.
INSTEAD, PROSECUTORS
SAY HE ORDERED UP
LETHAL OVERDOSES.
>>> AND FROM NORTH
CAROLINA TO NORMANDY,
THE HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS WHO
ACCOMPLISHED AN
AMAZING MISSION OF
THEIR OWN.
HOW THEY'RE INSPIRING
AMERICA.
>> Announcer: THIS IS
"NBC NIGHTLY NEWS"
WITH LESTER HOLT
REPORTING TONIGHT FROM
NORMANDY.
>>> GOOD EVENING,
EVERYONE.
IT IS QUITE A STUNNING
AND SOBERING SIGHT.
BEHIND ME THE RESTING
PLACES FOR OVER 9,000
AMERICANS THAT CAME
ASHORE ON FRANCE'S
NORMANDY COAST READY
TO CHANGE THE TIDE OF
HISTORY.
ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF
THE INVASION,
PRESIDENT TRUMP JOINED
ALLIED LEADERS IN PORT
SMITH, ENGLAND, THE
STARTING POINT FOR THE
D-DAY INVASION.
THE EMOTIONAL CEREMONY
COMMEMORATING ONE OF
HISTORY'S MOST DARING
MILITARY OPERATIONS
AND COMES AS PRESIDENT
TRUMP MADE NEWS WHY HE
NEVER PURSUED MILITARY
SERVICE.
JUST ONE OF THE
HEADLINES FROM
A WIDE-RANGING
INTERVIEW ON BRITISH
TV.
OUR
HALLIE JACKSON HAS
DETAILS.
>> Reporter: PRESIDENT
TRUMP STANDING WHERE
THOUSANDS ON ALLIED
TROOPS GATHERED THE
NIGHT BEFORE D-DAY.
>> ALL MIGHTY GOD.
>> Reporter: ECHOING
FDR AND THE PRAYER
THAT PRESIDENT
DELIVERED TO AMERICA
THIS SAME DAY 75 YEARS
AGO.
>> GRACE AND RIGHTEOUS
OF OUR CAUSE, OUR SONS
WILL TRIUMPH.
>> Reporter: THE
EMOTIONAL CEREMONY IN
PORTS SMITH ATTENDED
BY WORLD LEADERS AND
THE QUEEN.
>> MY FATHER, KING
GEORGE VI SAID WHAT IS
DEMANDED FROM US ALL
IS SOMETHING FOR THAN
COURAGE AND ENDURANCE.
WE NEED A REVIVAL OF
SPIRIT.
>> Reporter: THE
PRESIDENT AND FIRST
LADY GREETING THOSE
HUMBLE HEROES WHO
AGAIN MADE THE JOURNEY
ACROSS THE ATLANTIC.
THIS TIME TO
COMMEMORATE THE BATTLE
THAT TURNED THE TIDE
IN WORLD WAR II.
THE PRESIDENT HIMSELF
NEVER JOINED THE
MILITARY RECEIVING
DRAFT DEFERMENTS
DURING VIETNAM.
>> I WAS NOT A FAN OF
THAT WAR.
>> WOULD YOU LIKE TO
HAVE SERVED?
>> I WOULD HAVE BEEN
HONORED BUT I MAKE UP
FOR IT NOW.
>> Reporter: IN THAT
SAME SITDOWN PRESIDENT
TRUMP RESPONDED TO
MEGHAN MARKLE'S
CRITICISM OF HIM
IN 2016.
>> SO VOCAL IS ABOUT
IT. ABOUT
IT.
>> SHE WAS NASTY TO
ME.
IT'S OKAY FOR HER TO
BE NASTY.
IT'S NOT GOOD FOR ME
TO BE NASTY TO HER.
I WASN'T.
IN FACT, I THINK SHE'S
DOING VERY WELL.
>> Reporter: THOSE
COMMENTS NEVER CAME UP
IN CONVERSATION WITH
HER HUSBAND PRINCE
HARRY, ACCORDING TO
THE PRESIDENT.
>> I CONGRATULATED HIM
AND I THINK HE'S A
TERRIFIC GUY.
THE ROYAL FAMILY IS
REALLY NICE.
>> Reporter: EVEN
AFTER HIS MEETING WITH
HARRY'S FATHER, PRINCE
CHARLES WHO IS
PASSIONATE ABOUT
CLIMATE CHANGE, THE
PRESIDENT CONTINUED TO
QUESTION THE
SCIENTIFIC CONSENSUS
ON THE ISSUE.
>> DO YOU PERSONALLY
BELIEVE IN CLIMATE
CHANGE?
>> I BELIEVE THERE IS
A CHANGE IN WEATHER
AND I THINK IT CHANGES
BOTH WAYS.
>> Reporter: ALSO IN
THAT INTERVIEW THE
PRESIDENT SAYS HE
WOULD PREFER TALK OVER
MILITARY ACTION IN
IRAN.
A TOPIC THAT MAY COME
UP WHEN PRESIDENT
TRUMP SITS DOWN WITH
THE FRENCH PRESIDENT
TOMORROW HERE IN
FRANCE.
THAT WILL BE AFTER THE
PRESIDENT DELIVERS A
SPEECH ON THESE SACRED
GROUNDS.
>> HALLIE JACKSON,
THANK YOU.
>>> HERE 75 YEARS AGO,
THE U.S.
ARMY AIRBORNE TROOPS
WERE DROPPING HERE.
THE INVASION WAS ABOUT
TO BEGIN.
IN A FEW MINUTES WE'LL
HEAR FROM TWO OF THEM
ABOUT THAT OPENING
D-DAY.
>>> FIRST TO SEVERAL
DEVELOPING STORIES
TONIGHT INCLUDING A
HIGH-STAKES SHOWDOWN
IN PRESIDENT TRUMP'S
GROWING TRADE WAR.
THE PRESIDENT DOUBLING
DOWN ON HIS THREATS TO
TAX GOODS COMING FROM
MEXICO UNLESS MEXICO
STEMS ILLEGAL
IMMIGRATION.
AS TOM COSTELLO
REPORTS, THE MOVE
WOULD MEAN HIGHER
PRICES FOR AMERICAN
CONSUMERS.
>> Reporter: IN
ARIZONA, THREE MILES
FROM THE BORDER, JAMIE
DISTRIBUTES PRODUCE
GROWN IN MEXICO AND
SOLD ACROSS THE U.S.
FROM TOMATOES TO
PEPPERS AND SQUASH.
HE FEARS A BUSINESS
DISASTER IF HE MUST
PAY A 5% TARIFF ON
MONDAY RISING TO 25%
IN OCTOBER.
>> ULTIMATELY,
CONSUMERS WILL PAY
MORE FOR FRUITS AND
VEGETABLES.
>> Reporter: 2,000
MILES AWAY, MOM'S
ORGANIC MARKET SAYS
ITS AMERICAN CUSTOMERS
WILL PAY MORE, NOT
MEXICO.
FAMILY BUDGETS WILL
TAKE A HIT.
>> I'LL HAVE LESS
MONEY TO SPEND.
THAT WILL MEAN
AMERICAN PRODUCED
GOODS AREN'T BOUGHT AS
FREQUENTLY.
>> Reporter: CHIPOLTE
SAYS IT
WILL RAISE PRICES IF
IT'S PERMANENT.
THE U.S. ALSO IMPORTS
VEHICLES AND TVS, BLUE
JEANS AND MEDICAL
EQUIPMENT.
AFTER A FIRST ROUND OF
TALKS WITH MEXICO'S
FOREIGN MINISTER AND
VICE PRESIDENT PENCE
TODAY NO DEAL.
EVEN AS PRESIDENT
TRUMP SUGGESTED
TARIFFS ARE LIKELY IF
MEXICO
DOESN'T ACT.
>> MEXICO HAS TO STEP
UP, IF THEY DON'T,
TARIFFS WILL GO ON.
>> Reporter: IN
CONGRESS, EVEN MANY
REPUBLICANS ARE
AGAINST A PLAN WITH
THE TRUMP TARIFFS NOW
JUST DAYS AWAY.
TOM COSTELLO, NBC
NEWS, ROCKVILLE,
MARYLAND.
>>> NOW TO A NEW
UPROAR OVER ABORTION
ERUPTING TODAY AS
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES
FOR PRESIDENT TAKE AIM
AT THE EARLY FRONT
RUNNER, FORMER VICE
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN
AMID A REVELATION
ABOUT BIDEN'S STANCE.
KRISTEN WELKER AND
PLAINS. ANPLAINS. PLAINS.S.
EXPLAINS.
>> Reporter: JOE BIDEN
HAS LONG SUPPORTED ROE
VERSUS WADE.
>> NUMBER ONE, ROE V
WADE IS THE LAW OF THE
LAND.
A WOMAN HAS THE RIGHT
TO CHOOSE.
>> Reporter: NOW HE'S
COMING UNDER FIRE FROM
OTHER DEMOCRATS AMID
REVELATIONS HE STILL
SUPPORTS A
CONTROVERSIAL ABORTION
LAW.
THE HYDE AMENDMENT
THAT BANS USING
FEDERAL FUNDS
FOR ABORTION CASES
EXCEPT IN CASES OF
RAPE, INSIST OR TO
SAVE THE LIFE OF THE
MOTHER.
CRITICS SAY THE LAW
PREVENTS LOW INCOME
WOMEN FROM ACCESS TO
ABORTION.
>> THE HYDE AMENDMENT
IS WRONG.
I THINK THAT WE HAVE A
NATION WHERE ALL THESE
INSIDIOUS THINGS ARE
BEING DONE TO
UNDERMINE WOMEN'S
REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS IN
THIS COUNTRY.
>> THIS ISN'T ABOUT
POLITICS BUT WHAT'S
RIGHT.
THE HYDE AMENDMENT
SHOULD NOT BE AMERICAN
LAW.
>> Reporter: A DEVOTE
CATHOLIC, HE
REPEATEDLY VOTED
AGAINST EXCEPTIONS FOR
VICTIMS OF RAPE AND
INSIST.
INCEST.CEST.
ON THE HYDE AMENDMENT,
BIDEN'S CAMPAIGN SAID
HE'S OPEN TO APPEALING
IT IF AVENUES
PROTECTED UNDER ROE V
WADE WERE THREATENED.
JOE BIDEN'S POSITION
IS VERY MUCH IN LINE
WITH THE GENERAL
ELECTRET.
58% OF AMERICANS
SUPPORT KEEPING THE
HYDE AMENDMENT IN
PLACE.
>> STILL, IT'S LIKELY
TO BE A POLITICAL
FLASH POINT IN THE
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY.
LESTER?
>> THANK YOU.
>>> IN THE MEANTIME,
BERNIE SANDERS MADE
HEADLINES TODAY WHEN
HE APPEARED AT A
WALMART SHAREHOLDER
MEETING AND ACCUSED
THE COMPANY OF PLAYING
STARVATION WAGES.
PETER ALEXANDER HAS
DETAILS.
>> Reporter: BERNIE
SANDERS TONIGHT
CALLING OUT THE
OWNER'S OF AMERICA'S
LARGEST PRIVATE EMPLOY
EMPLOYER WALMART.
>> ONE MIGHT THINK
THAT A FAMILY WORTH
$175 BILLION WOULD BE
ABLE TO PAY ITS
EMPLOYEES A LIVING
WAGE.
>> Reporter: THE 2020
CANDIDATE TAKING HIS
CASE TO THE RETAIL
GIANTS' ANNUAL
SHAREHOLDERS MEETING
IN ARKANSAS.
>> WALMART PAYS MANY
OF ITS EMPLOYEES
STARVATION WAGES.
>> Reporter: DEMANDING
WALMART PAY EMPLOYEES
AT LEAST $15 AN HOUR.
SANDERS INVITED TO
REPRESENT A
SHAREHOLDER WHO IS
ALSO AN EMPLOYEE.
A WALMART ASSOCIATE
AND MEMBER OF THE
WORKERS' RIGHTS GROUP
THAT ORGANIZED
THE VISIT, SAID A
RAISE WILL MAKE A
DIFFERENCE.
>> DOING THINGS FOR MY
FAMILY AND GRANDKIDS,
IT WOULD MAKE MY LIFE
EASIER.
>> Reporter: WALMART'S
MINIMUM WAGE IS $11 AN
HOUR.
THE AVERAGE WAGE THEY
SAY MORE THAN $14.
TONIGHT, THE COMPANY'S
CEO WHO MADE $23
MILLION LAST YEAR IS
CALLING ON LAWMAKERS
TO TAKE ACTION
NATIONWIDE.
>> IT'S TIME FOR
CONGRESS TO PUT A
THOUGHTFUL PLAN IN
PLACE TO INCREASE THE
MINIMUM WAGE.
>> Reporter: SANDERS
HIGHLIGHTING THAT
WALMART'S COMPETITORS,
AMAZON AND TARGET
ALREADY PAY MORE.
PETER ALEXANDER, NBC
NEWS.
>>> IN FLORIDA, THE
FORMER DEPUTY CHARGED
WITH NEGLIGENCE
BECAUSE OF HIS
RESPONSE DURING LAST
YEAR'S SCHOOL
SMOOTHING MASSACRE IN
PARKLAND FACED A JUDGE
FOR THE FIRST TIME.
KERRY SANDERS IS
THERE.
>> Reporter: THE
FORMER DEPUTY FACING
CHARGES FOR HIS
INACTION THE DAY OF
THE PARKLAND SCHOOL
SHOOTING ORDERED TO
STAY BEHIND BARS UNTIL
HE POST $102,000 BOND,
IS FITTED WITH AN
ANKLE MONITOR AND
GIVERS UP HIS
PASSPORT.
YOU SAY THE CHARGES
FOR SCOTT PETERSON'S
INACTIONS THAT DAY
ARE UNWARRANTED, WHY?
>> THERE IS NO
INSTANCE OF A POLICE
OFFICER, LAW
ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
EVER BEING PROSECUTED
FOR AN INACTION.
NICKELOUS CRUZ IS AND
WILL CONTINUE TO BE
THE INDIVIDUAL
RESPONSIBLE.
>> Reporter: SECURITY
VIDEO SHOWS THEN
SCHOOL RESOURCE
OFFICER PETERSON
LINGERING FOR 48
MINUTES WHILE INSIDE
17 PEOPLE WERE KILLED.
>> HE COULD HAVE DONE
SOMETHING.
HE CHOSE TO DO
NOTHING.
HE CHOSE TO GO HIDE
BEHIND A CONCRETE
PILLAR FOR 48 MINUTES.
>> Reporter: PETERSON
>> Reporter: PETERSON
SAID HE FOLLOWED PRO SAID HED
-- PROTOCOL.PROTOCOL.
IT'S SENDING SHOCK
WAVES THROUGH LAW
ENFORCEMENT LENGTHS.
>> WHAT IS NEXT?
A FIREMAN DIDN'T GO
INTO A BURNING
BUILDING TO ANSWER
SCREAMS OF SOMEBODY ED
TRAPPED?
>> Reporter: FIRST
RESPONDERS TAKE AN
OATH TO SERVE AND
PROTECT.
>> WHAT YOU FOUND HERE
IS THERE ARE EXAMPLES
OF BOTH.
>> Reporter: TONIGHT
PETERSON AND NICOLAUS
CRUZ ARE BEING HELD IN
DIFFERENT CELLS HERE
AT THIS SAME JAIL.
LESTER?
>> KERRY SANDERS,
THANK YOU.
>>> THERE ARE NEW
DEVELOPMENTS IN THE
MEDICAL MYSTERIES THAT
HAVE OFFICIALS BAFFLED
AT TWO POPULAR TOURIST
DESTINATIONS.
LET'S GET MORE FROM
NBC'S MIGUEL ALMAGUER.
>> Reporter: DAYS
AFTER MICHELLE AND
DAVID PAUL DIED FROM A
MYSTERIOUS ILLNESS ON
THE ISLAND OF
FIJI, FIVE HOSPITAL
EMPLOYEES WHO CAME
INTO CONTACT WITH THE
AMERICAN COUPLE ON
VACATION ARE NOW UNDER
OBSERVATION.
PERHAPS TRACKING A
DEADLY VIRUS, FIJI'S
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
SAYS THE EMPLOYEES ARE
CURRENTLY WELL BUT THE
PAPER SAYS THE STAFF
SHOWED SIMILAR
SYMPTOMS AS THE PAULS.
>> HE WAS MY BROTHER.
I COULD CALL HIM ANY
TIME, AND I KNOW HE'D
BE THERE.
>> Reporter: REBECCA
WARD, DAVID PAUL'S
SISTER SAYS THE COUPLE
COMPLAINED OF
INTESTINAL ISSUES WITH
THE CDC, W.H.O. AND
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ALL
INVESTIGATING, THE
HOTEL SAYS WE HAVE NO
REASON TO BELIEVE
THERE ARE ANY HEALTH
RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH
THE HOTEL.
>> WE STILL DON'T HAVE
AN EXACT ANSWER ON
WHAT IT WAS.
>> Reporter: TONIGHT,
THERE IS ALSO TROUBLE
IN THE TROPICS ON THE
OTHER SIDE OF THE
GLOBE.
NATHANIEL HOLMS AND
CYNTHIA DAY WERE FOUND
DEAD IN THEIR ROOM AT
THIS DOMINICAN
REPUBLIC RESORT.
ONE WOMAN TOOK A DRINK
FROM A MINI BAR AND
DIED A SHORT TIME
LATER FROM RESPIRATORY
FAILURE.
THE HOTEL SAYING THEY
DISAPPROVE OF ANY
SPECULATION OVER THE
CAUSES OF DEATH.
TONIGHT, THE
MYSTERIOUS DEATHS OF
FIVE AMERICANS ALL
WHILE ON VACATION IN
PARADISE.
MIGUEL ALMAGUER, NBC
NEWS.
>>> NOW BACK TO
NORMANDY, 75 YEARS AGO
AT THIS VERY MOMENT,
THOUSANDS OF U.S.
AIRBORNE PARATROOPERS
WERE JUMPING BEHIND
ENEMY LINES READY TO
CUT OFF GERMAN FORCES.
TOMORROW SOME OF THE
SAME MEN ARE GATHERING
HERE FOR THE
ANNIVERSARY AND SHARE
THEIR STORIES WITH US.
THE FIRST TIME TOM
RICE JUMPED INTO THE
NORMANDY COUNTRYSIDE
AT 22, IT WAS TO FIGHT
FOR FREEDOM.
TODAY AT AGE 97, HE
JUMPED HERE TO
CELEBRATE FREEDOM.
>> I FEEL GREAT.
GO BACK UP AND DO IT
AGAIN.
[ LAUGHTER ]
>> IN THE WEE HOURS OF
JUNE 6th, 1944, RICE
WAS ONE OF 13,000 U.S.
PARATROOPERS WHO
LANDED BEHIND ENEMY
LINES BEFORE THE D-DAY
INVASION ALONG
NORMANDY'S BEACHES
EVEN BEGAN.
>> I SAW A HURRICANE
OF FIRE COMING FROM
THE GERMAN POSITIONS
BELOW.
>> RICE REMEMBERS IT
AS IF IT WERE
YESTERDAY.
>> I'M THE LAST ONE IN
THE AIRPLANE.
I KNOW THE NAMES OF
EVERY ONE OF THE GUYS,
ALL OF OUR JUMPERS.
AS I STEPPED OUT, THE
PROPERTY HIT ME AND WE
WERE BELOW JUMP
ALTITUDE.
>> RICE MADE IT DOWN
NOT FAR FROM HERE, THE
FIRST FRENCH VILLAGE
TO BE LIBERATED THAT
MORNING.
THE CHURCH AT THE
CENTER OF TOWN, YOU'LL
SEE THE REPLICA AND
YOU'LL SEE THE
PARACHUTE HANGING BY
THE STEEPLE AND YES,
THAT HAPPENED HERE.
IT'S A CONSTANT
REMINDER TODAY DAY.
THE TOWN HOME TO THE
MUSEUM OF AIRBORNE
FIGHTING, BAD WEATHER.
>> THE FLAK WAS COMING
OFF HEAVY AND THE
MACHINE GUNFIRE AND
SOME WAS BOUNCING OFF
THE PLANE AND SOUNDED
LIKE POPCORN, AND SO
WE SAID LET'S GET THE
HELL OUT OF THIS
PLANE.
>> THIS WILL BE
EUGENE'S FIRST TRIP TO
NORMANDY SINCE THE
WAR.
>> MIGHT BE THE LAST
ONE BECAUSE MOST OF US
WILL BE GONE IN THE
NEXT FIVE YEARS.
THAT'S BEFORE WE WENT
TO JUMP SCHOOL.
>> DOCK AND HIS
COMRADES CAME BY THE
THOUSANDS THAT NIGHT
75 YEARS AGO BUT WITH
EACH ANNIVERSARY,
THEIR RANKS GROW
THINNER.
APRIL GLEN CAME HERE
TO ENSURE HER NOW
DECEASED GRANDFATHER'S
AIRBORNE PATCH WOULD
RETURN TO NORMANDY.
>> WE'VE BEEN WAITING
AND WAITING TO GIVE
THAT AWAY.
THAT WAS HIS HEART AND
LIFE.
THAT'S THE ONLY THING
HE KEPT AND GAVE TO
ME.
THANK YOU SO MUCH.
>> AND TODAY, TOM RICE
CARRIED THAT PATCH
WITH HIM AS HE JUMPED
AGAIN.
THIS TIME TO HONOR
THOSE WHO NEVER MADE
IT HOME.
>> I JUMP FOR THE GOOD
GUYS THAT WERE LOST.
NEVER RETURNED.
>> AND HOPING AMERICA
WILL NEVER FORGET.
>> A LOT OF THOSE
VETERANS ARE WALKING
AROUND THE SITES HERE
AND CAN BARELY GET TWO
FEET BEFORE THEY ARE
STOPPED FOR PICTURES.
THEY ARE TEN FEET
TALL.
>> WE'LL HAVE MUCH
MORE FROM HERE IN
NORMANDY JUST AHEAD.
>>> ALSO, A DOCTOR
CHARGED WITH 25 COUNTS
OF MURDER ACCUSED OF
KILLING HIS OWN
PATIENTS.
>>> BACK NOW WITH A
>>> BACK NOW WITH A
DOCTOR CHARGED WITH
MURDER ACCUSED OF
KILLING HIS OWN
PATIENTS.
HERE IS RON MOTT.
>> Reporter: IN
COLUMBUS TODAY, FORMER
DOCTOR WILLIAM USEL
CHARGED WITH 25 COUNTS
OF MURDER FROM MOUNT
CARAMEL HOSPITAL
DATING BACK TO 2015.
MANY OF THE PATIENTS
WERE NEARING THE END
OF LIFE AND HE
HASTENED THEIR DEATHS
ORDERING BETWEEN 500
AND 2,000 MICROGRAMS
FENTANYL EXCEEDING A
TYPICAL DOSE.
>> I HAVE FOUND NO
ONE, NOWHERE THAT SAYS
500 MICRO GRAMS OF
FENTANYL IS AN
APPROPRIATE USE OF
FENTANYL FOR SOMEONE
BEING TAKEN OFF A
VENTILATOR.
>> Reporter: HUSEL
PLEADED NOT GUILTY.
>> I CAN ASSURE YOU,
THERE WAS NEVER ANY
ATTEMPT TO EUTHANIZE
ANYONE.
>> Reporter: FAMILIES
OF THOSE WHO DIED
FILED LAWSUITS AGAINST
HUSEL AND THE
HOSPITAL.
>> WE COPED BECAUSE IT
WAS GOD'S WILL.
SHE'S WITH DAD AND
WE'RE OKAY WITH THAT.
THEN WE FIND OUT THAT
IT WASN'T NECESSARILY
GOD'S WILL.
>> Reporter: THE
HOSPITAL'S CHIEF OF
STAFF SAID MOUNT
CARAMEL WILL HAVE
CHANGES THROUGHOUT THE
SYSTEM TO ENSURE
EVENTS LIKE THESE WILL
NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN.
THE DOCTOR WAS FIRED
IN DECEMBER AND
LICENSE SUSPENDED IN
JANUARY AND COULD FACE
LIFE IN PRISON.
RON MOTT, NBC NEWS.
>>> UP NEXT, SCARY
MOMENTS AT A POOL.
WHAT SENT DOZENS BEING
RU
>>> IT'S THE TIME OF
YEAR WHERE MANY
FAMILIES ARE HEADING
OUT FOR A SWIM BUT AT
ONE PUBLIC POOL A
SCARE SENT DOZENS TO
THE HOSPITAL.
HERE IS JOE FRYER WITH
THAT.
>> Reporter: IN
PLEASANT GROVE, UTAH
THE POOL WAS PACKED
WHEN TROUBLE SURFACED.
>> I SAW SOME YELLOW
BUBBLING AND I KNEW IT
WASN'T GOOD.
>> Reporter: POLICE
SAY AT FIRST A PUMP AT
THE CITY'S VETERAN'S
MEMORIAL POOL SHUT
DOWN.
>> AND WHEN THAT PUMP
KICKED BACK ON, IT
KICKED TOO MUCH
CHLORINE INTO THE
WATER.
>> THEY ARE THROWING
UP WITH BLOODY NOSES.
>> Reporter: ABOUT 50
PEOPLE WENT TO THE
HOSPITAL, MOST OF THEM
KIDS.
POLICE SAY EVERYONE IS
EXPECTED TO SURVIVE
BUT SOME COULD HAVE
CHRONIC RESPIRATORY
PROBLEMS.
>> THE MORE SERIOUS
PATIENTS HAVE SOME
WHEEZING AND THEN EVEN
MORE SERIOUS THAN THAT
THEIR OXYGEN NUMBERS
DROP AND THEY REQUIRE
OXYGEN AND BREATHING
TREATMENTS.
>> Reporter: A NEW
REPORT BY THE CDC
FINDS POOL CHEMICAL
INJURIES SEND AN
ESTIMATED 4500 PEOPLE
TO EMERGENCY ROOMS
EACH YEAR WITH MOST
INJURIES HAPPENING AT
HOME, BUT IN UTAH, IT
WAS A PUBLIC POOL.
>> WE JUST GRABBED THE
KIDS AND RAN.
>> Reporter: WITH
POLICE CALLING WHAT
HAPPENED A FREAK
ACCIDENT.
JOE FRYER, NBC NEWS.
>>> AND WE
>>> FINALLY, THE
EMOTIONAL RETURN FOR
TWO AMERICAN WORLD WAR
II VETERANS WITH THE
HELP
OF BIG HEARTED
STUDENTS.
THEY LITERALLY HELPED
SAVE THE WORLD.
NOW WORLD WAR II
VETERANS JOCK McKENZIE
AND GEORGE SHAW HAVE
RETURNED TO THE LAND
THEY HELPED LIBERATE
THANKS TO THE SIX HIGH
SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH
CAROLINA.
WHAT'S IT BEEN LIKE
FOR YOU GUYS SO FAR?
>> THIS IS A
LIFE-CHANGING
EXPERIENCE.
>> SHAW WAS A COMBAT
MEDIC WHO SERVED WITH
GENERAL PATTON'S THIRD
ARMY IN WORLD WAR II.
>> THIS WAS THE DAY
THAT WE ARRIVED.
>> STILL BURDENED BY
HIS MEMORIES OF THE
BATTLE OF THE BULGE.
>> I DID TREAT A
NUMBER OF PATIENTS WHO
WERE HORRIBLY WOUNDED.
I REMEMBER THE NAMES
OF SOME OF THEM, BUT
I'VE NEVER UTTERED IN
ALL THOSE YEARS, AND
I'LL TAKE THEM, THEIR
NAMES TO MY GRAVE.
>> Reporter: McKENZIE
WAS ALSO THERE.
THE 95-YEAR-OLD WAS AN
ARMY AIRBORNE RANGER.
>> IT TOOK A HEAVY
TOLL.
I LOST A SOLDIER, HE
WAS A SNIPER, BUT HE
SHOT AND I DON'T WANT
TO TELL YOU THE REST
OF THE STORY.
>> Reporter: IT WAS
HIS FIRST WAR BUT NOT
HIS LAST, LATER
SERVING IN KOREA AND
VIETNAM, TOO.
>> RIGHT HERE, SIX
PURPLE HEARTS.