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Winter Weather / Surprise Snowstorm / JetBlue Plane #1006124

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 30, 2011
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(Studio: Lester Holt) A surprise snowstorm in the Northeast reported; weather map shown.

(Wilton, Connecticut: Ron Allen) The impact of the snow on the region featured; scenes shown from Connecticut and New York state of snow and downed trees and power lines and of the occupy Wall Street folk in tents in New York City. [Connecticut Governor Dannel MALLOY†- says there are long-term power outages.] [Three RESIDENTS - reacts.] [New York Governor Andrew CUOMO†, Weather Channel's Jim CANTORE†- talk snow.]

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(West Milford, New Jersey: Mike Seidel) This single early snowstorm reviewed; scenes shown from New Jersey and New York City of snow.

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(New York: Craig Melvin) A horror story for JetBlue Flight 504, in which the plane's passengers could not get off the plane for hours, reviewed; scenes shown of the plane forced down in Connecticut; details given about the passenger bill of rights preventing such incidents. [Two PASSENGERS - react.] [Flyrightsorg director Kate HANNI†- talks about the bill rules violated by JetBlue.] A statement from JetBlue blaming the Connecticut airport quoted.

Holt, Lester;
Allen, Ron;
Seidel, Mike;
Melvin, Craig

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