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Wildfires / East #1020374

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 10, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Tom Costello) The wildfires on the East Coast featured; scenes shown of smoke and flames in Long Island, New York, Milford, Connecticut and Burlington County, New Jersey, the traffic jam in Atlanta due to dense smoke and the smoke that prompted an air pollution alert in Jacksonville, Florida; map shown of states with red flag fire warnings. [Homeowner George MORETTI†- reacts to homes being lost.] [The Weather Channel’s Mike SEIDEL – notes the warmth, dryness and winds are the perfect recipe for fire.] [Clay County fire Chief Lorin MOCK†- comments on the fire progression.] [WNBC meteorologist Janice HUFF†- notes the lack of rainfall and snowfall.]

Williams, Brian;
Costello, Tom

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