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Severe Weather / Holiday Travel #1074224

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 27, 2013
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(Studio: Margaret Brennan) The stormy weather as Thanksgiving travel begins noted; live scene shown from Chicago, Strongsville, Ohio and New York City.

(Savage, Maryland: Jeff Pegues) The problems for holiday drivers reviewed; scenes shown of snowy roads, snow in Blowing Rock, North Carolina, an accident in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a jackknifing truck on a rainy highway in Boston. [Traveler Reed SIMPSON?- comments.]

(Studio: Margaret Brennan) Report introduced.

(New York: Terrell Brown) The problems facing air travelers featured; details given about flight cancellations & delays [Airport customer care representative Daisy ROSARIO?- comments.]

(Studio: Margaret Brennan) Report introduced.

(Boston: Eric Fisher) The forecast for Thanksgiving presented; maps/diagrams shown.

Brennan, Margaret;
Pegues, Jeff;
Brown, Terrell;
Fisher, Eric

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