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Oklahoma, Kansas / Tornadoes #1046161

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 19, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) Breaking news on the tornado damage in Oklahoma and Kansas introduced; scenes shown of destruction in Edmond and Wellston, a funnel cloud; maps shown. [Voice of CNN meteorologist Chad MYERS – comments on seeing the damage happen live, the wind speed and the storm category; predicts another storm approaching.] [Voice of Sedgwick County emergency management director Randy DUNCAN†- says there are no fatalities or injuries and only minor reports of property damage.]

(Studio: Jennifer Delgado) New tornado warnings featured; maps shown.

(Studio: Don Lemon) The tornado damage featured; scenes shown from Carney and Wellston. [MYERS – explains what happened with the storm; worries about the danger facing Tulsa.] Audio from KOKH of a conversation with reporter Priscilla Luong† played. Discussion held with storm chaser Tony Laubach†; scenes shown of a funnel cloud and hail in Wichita, Kansas; map shown. [LAUBACH – says there was minor damage in Wichita; describes what he saw as he chased the storm.]

Reporter(s):
Lemon, Don;
Delgado, Jennifer
Duration:
00:13:50

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