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Winter Weather / Surprise Snowstorm / JetBlue Plane #1006102

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 30, 2011
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(Studio: David Muir) A surprise snowstorm in the Northeast reported; weather photos shown.

(Hartford, Connecticut: T.J. Winick) The impact of the snow on the region featured; scenes shown from Connecticut and New Jersey of snow, downed trees and power lines; details given about school closings. [Connecticut Light and Power Frank POROT†- outlines the worst-case scenario for power outages.] The stranding of a JetBlue flight and an Amtrak train noted; details given of about the new passenger bill of rights. [Voice of passenger John TROMBADORE†- complains.] [WOMAN, parents Kathleen and Chuck RICHARDS†- react to the snow.]

(Studio: David Muir, Jeff Smith) The snowstorm and what it means for the East coast winter discussed; snowfall map shown.

(Studio: David Muir) The occupy Wall Street protesters in New York City in the snow shown. [PROTESTER - comments.]

Muir, David;
Winick, T.J.;
Jeff, David Muir,

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