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Winter Weather / Snow #1078770

ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 09, 2015
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(Studio: David Muir) The snow emergency in the Northeast introduced; satellite image & Boston snow shown.

(Boston: Rob Marciano) The Boston snow featured; scenes shown of piles of snow, standstill traffic, snow melting; details given about dangers of roofs collapsing. [WCBV-TV Jack HARPER@, MAN - show a collapsed roof.] [Worker Mike O'NEAL - comments.] [Massachusetts Governor Charlie BAKER@- talks snow.]

(New York: David Kerley) The impact of snow on airports & flight cancellations examined; scenes shown of planes being de-iced & anti-iced.

Muir, David;
Marciano, Rob;
Kerley, David

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