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Winter Weather / Storms #1079623

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 28, 2015
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Another winter storm introduced; view from space, weather map shown.

(Atlanta: Rob Marciano) The wintry mess reveiwed; scenes shown of a crash on I-44, snowy roads in Kansas, a wreck in North Carolina, snow in Ft. Worth, a collapsing buildings in Rhode Island & Massachusetts, rainy Florida. [Canton, Massachusetts, fire dept.Chief Charles DOODY@- comments on a roof collapse.] The wintry mess & rain in the West forecast discussed; weather maps shown.

(Studio: Tom Llamas) The travel nightmare introduced; flight statistics cited.

(New York airport: Linzie Janis) The grounding of flight passengers at the Dallas airport featured; scenes shown from the snowy airport. [Passengers WOMAN, Rhonda NEWBY@- react to delays.] [Retired USMC Col. Stephen GANYARD@- comments on the American delay.]

Llamas, Tom;
Marciano, Rob;
Janis, Linzie

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