Transcript for ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Security Increased at '96 Olympic Village After Bombing
This is Judy Muller hundreds of federal agents and national Guardsmen arrived here in Atlanta today in advance of the reopening of Centennial Park tomorrow morning. Police presence will be doubled at that time and additional surveillance cameras like these will be in place. Bags will be randomly searched and intrusion that does not seem to bother Olympic visitors. Not all you know gets up to hide them probably. Got anything I don't know why. That it is had been down about. Check thanking his weakness in the it happened right now allow. Today repairmen erected a security fence around the light and sound tower and filled in the bomb crater created by the blast. Shrapnel holes in fences were still visible but the crowds seemed ready to forget. Converging on the streets adjacent to the park and spectators at the Olympic venues continued to take the beefed up security in stride. Good thing to do is nuts look terrorism volumes that's what's this would certainly do. So they're China they're trying to ten inches of some. That attitude of defiant determination was echoed by a man whose legs were severely injured in the blast and not blood. An act of terrorism or something like this dictate what I'm would do. The park will open early tomorrow two hours before memorial service for the victims of the bombing city officials expect a huge turnout. Judy Muller ABC news Atlanta.
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