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Midwest / Tornadoes / Survivor Interview / Harrisburg #1015860

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 29, 2012
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[Greenville, Kentucky, tornado survivor Steven VAUGHT†- describes what happened as his trailer rolled over in the tornado.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with a man caught by the tornado; scenes shown of the vehicle that rolled over. [Volunteer firefighter Brandon CULKIN†- describes what happened when chasing the storm, his various injuries, the rolling over, the extent of the devastation.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The challenges after the tornadoes noted; scenes shown of the wreckage in Harrisburg, Illinois. [In interview, KFVS Tyler PROFILET†- describes what happened from the tornado, what people in the area are saying; comments on the clear path of destruction.] [Young MAN - talks about how scary it was.]

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