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Midwest / Tornadoes / Harrisburg / Mayor Interview #1015857

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 29, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The impact of tornadoes on the Midwest and South introduced; scenes shown from Frankfort, Kentucky, of a warning siren going off, the damages in Harrisburg, Illinois. [Several PEOPLE - react to what happened.]

(Studio: Chad Myers) The course of the storm system that produced tornadoes reviewed; weather maps and inset video of damages shown; details given about the NOAA radios that will wake you up at night.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Harrisburg, Illinois: Don Lemon) The tornado damage in Harrisburg described; night and aerial day scenes of the town shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Photos of the damages in Harrisburg shown. [In live interview, Mayor Eric GREGG†- describes what happened this horrific day in Harrisburg and what is being done now that everyone is accounted for; promises the community will rebuild.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Myers, Chad;
Lemon, Don

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