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Severe Weather / Tornados / Picher, Oklahoma #1025648

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 11, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Amateur video from Wesley Schultz† of the tornado in Picher, Oklahoma and damage in Missouri, Georgia, North Carolina and Arkansas shown.

(Picher, Oklahoma: Susan Candiotti) The impact of the Picher tornado reviewed; scenes shown of the destruction. [Survivor John HUTCHISON†- describes how his family survived.] What is being done for the survivors discussed.

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Report introduced.

(Ellenwood, Georgia: Nicole Lapin) The tornado damage in Ellenwood, Georgia featured; scenes shown of damaged homes. [Survivor Lawrence BODDIE†- describes what happened with his family in their home.]

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jacqui Jeras) The power and dimensions of these storms featured; video from Anthony Inman† from Picher shown.

Sanchez, Rick;
Candiotti, Susan;
Lapin, Nicole;
Jeras, Jacqui

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