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Midwest / Snow, Flooding #1052147

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 02, 2013
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The record snowfall and flooding in the Midwest noted; scenes shown of snow in Iowa & Wisconsin, traffic after a truck collision on Interstate 94; map of the Red River flood zone shown.

(Fargo, North Dakota: Dean Reynolds) The shift in the weather across the Midwest examined; scenes shown of floodwaters, volunteers with sandbags. [Fargo, North Dakota Mayor Dennis WALAKER††- states 4 floods in 5 years is extremely unusual; says he doesn’t know if it’s climate change.] [Fargo city engineer April WALKER††- says this flood is not over.] [Fargo resident Danja HALL††- comments.]

Pelley, Scott;
Reynolds, Dean

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