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Weather / Heat Wave #1060895

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 18, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The deadly heat wave in the East and wildfires in the West introduced; map shown. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(New York: Stephanie Gosk) The impact of the heat reviewed; scenes shown of firefighters in Brooklyn, dogs swimming in Chicago; air quality warnings map shown; details given about the hazards of working at hot jobs and the health problems. [New York fire department Chief Michael BROWN†, firefighter Joe DECKER, WOMAN, St. Barnabas Hospital paramedic Chris CHAN†, The Weather Channel’s Mike SEIDEL†, Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory owner Mark THOMPSON††– comment.] The death of a 1-year-old left in a car in Alabama noted.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Idyllwild, California: Miguel Almaguer) The battle against the Mountain Fire in California with high winds & heat updated; scenes shown from Idyllwild & Palm Springs; details given about evacuations and health risks from ash; satellite photo shown. [Idyllwild resident Ron KORMAN††, Desert Regional Medical Center Tina Louise MORENO†, Cal Fire Capt. Roger COPP†- comment.] The firefighter deaths during the 2006 Esperanza fire in Idyllwild mentioned.

Williams, Brian;
Gosk, Stephanie;
Almaguer, Miguel

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