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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 30, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Wenatchee, Washington: Dan Simon) The destruction of homes in Washington state from a wildfire near Wenatchee featured; scenes shown of the destruction & the fire. [Homeowner Keith NEWBERRY@ - shows his burned-out house: it is surreal.] [Neighbors Carmyn RIGGANS@. Steve CLIVE@, fire incident commander Nathan RABE@- describe what happened with the fire.] The severe drought in Washington state discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Jon Dominguez, whose Wenatchee house was destroyed by the fire. [DOMINGUEZ - explains how fast the fire reached their house, getting out with the pets, losing everything.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Simon, Dan

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