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Winter Weather / Cold #1087652

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 08, 2014
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The beginning of a break in the brutally cold weather reported; map shown.

(Minneapolis: Liz Collin) The impact of the deep freeze reviewed; scenes shown from Minneapolis; details given about the hazards for cars and the dangers of frostbite. [Mechanic Jason JUNGHANS††, WOMAN - comment.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) The deep snow in Buffalo, New York and remarks from resident Deborah Nasca‡ noted.

(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The cost of the cold weather examined; details given about closings & cancellations, lost productivity & lost wages, and increased business for auto repair shops and hardware stores. [Store manager Alison ANDERSON††- comments on the burst pipes.] [Hotel Burnham’s Nabil MOUBAYED††- comments on cancelled reservations.] [Planalytics Kristin DRAKE††- estimates a 5 billion dollar impact.] [Ace Hardware’s Jeremy MELNICK††- says things were flying out the door pretty fast.]

Pelley, Scott;
Collin, Liz;
Reynolds, Dean

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