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Alaska / Snow #1015025

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 10, 2012
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(Manchester, New Hampshire: Brian Williams) The unseasonably mild winter weather in New Hampshire noted.

(No location given: Kristen Dahlgren) The snow in Alaska featured; scenes and photos shown of Cordova, which got 15 feet, the National Guard digging out, a Coast Guard icebreaker ship. [Cordova resident Jeff BAILEY, voice of Katrina HOFFMAN†– comment.] [Cordova public information officer Allen MARQUETTE†- worries about the next storm.] [US Coast Guard cutter Healy Commander Greg TLAPA†- comments on the effort to lead a Russian tanker through the ice.]

Williams, Brian;
Dahlgren, Kristen

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