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CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 19, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) Breaking news on the tornado outbreak in Oklahoma, Kansas and Iowa introduced.

(Studio: Jennifer Delgado) The weather forecast and a new warning about a tornado west of Des Moines updated; maps shown; live video from KOKH and KFOR shown.

(Studio: Don Lemon) The threat for Shawnee, Oklahoma featured; map and video shown with helicopter pilot audio played; scenes shown from the Lake Thunderbird area. [Voice of CNN meteorologist Chad MYERS†- warns drivers heading toward Shawnee; confirms you should get out of the car and get into a ditch; comments on the growing strength and size of the storm; recommends buying an app for storm warnings; comments on the new term “debris ball.”]

Lemon, Don;
Delgado, Jennifer

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