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Winter Weather / Storm & Tornadoes / Survivors Stories #1093464

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 27, 2015
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) The tornado damage in Texas shown.

(Rowlett, Texas: David Begnaud) The tornado destruction featured; many scenes shown from Rowlett & Garland, Texas. [Several PEOPLE, Governor Greg ABBOTT, residents Mike & Nancy GERARD - comment on the tornadoes.]

(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Garland, Texas: Dan Haggerty) The story of those who survived the Texas tornadoes presented; scenes shown. [Lost homes, Linda HELLEN?, David DENNISON, Michael NORRIS, Frank MONTGOMERY - describe what happened.]

(Studio: Jeff Glor) The blizzards in Texas, New Mexico & Oklahoma reported; scenes shown of snow & ice. [Meteorologist KWTV David PAYNE@, KROE-TV's Cheyenne COPE@- comment on the mess.]

(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Studio: Eric Fisher) The sloppy storm forecast reported; weather & snowfall maps shown.

Glor, Jeff;
Begnaud, David;
Haggerty, Dan;
Fisher, Eric

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