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Severe Weather / Floods, Tornadoes #1086040

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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(Studio: Charlie Rose) The violent weather introduced; scenes shown of a tornado near Canadian, Texas and floodwaters and damage in Houston.

(Wimberley, Texas: Don Dahler) The search for those missing in the Texas floods reviewed; scenes shown of search crews, damaged buildings & cars, uprooted cypress trees; photos shown of members of the McComb family who were swept away. [Texas Task Force 1 Will WELCH††- notes the difficulty of searching due to rough terrain and debris fields.] [Texas resident Kelly BURNS‡- reacts to the disaster.] The condition of Jonathan McComb and the rescue of the family dog noted.

(Studio: Charlie Rose) Report introduced.

(Houston: Vicente Arenas) The ordeal of one family as floodwaters poured into their house reviewed; photo shown of the family in the attic; scenes shown of the floodwaters in Houston’s Meyerland neighborhood, rescues, a flooded water treatment plant. [Flood victims Dircene MARTINS††, German VARON††- describe what happened.]

(Studio: Charlie Rose) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Larry Mowry) The weather forecast presented; maps/diagrams shown; details given about the El Nino impact.

Rose, Charlie;
Dahler, Don;
Arenas, Vicente;
Mowry, Larry

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