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Winter Weather / Cold #1095515

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 28, 2014
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(Washington: Scott Pelley) The cold weather introduced; map shown; photos shown from Atlanta & Chicago.

(Fayetteville, North Carolina: Manuel Bojorquez) The impact of the winter weather in the South reviewed; details given about travel problems and power outages; scenes shown of deicing trucks in North Carolina, a giant traffic jam in Atlanta, sliding cars in Birmingham, utility crews near Jackson, Mississippi. [Cumberland County maintenance engineer Bill HAMMOND††- comments.]

(Washington: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Minneapolis: Jamie Yuccas) The dangers of this extreme cold featured; details given about a driver who froze to death after he slid off the road near Minneapolis and about crashes in Minnesota. [McLeod County Sheriff Scott REHMANN††- comments on the driver.] [Minnesota State Trooper Tom ERICKSON††- talks about black ice and the danger for first responders.]

(Washington: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(New York: Elaine Quijano) The strain on local budgets this winter featured; details given about water main breaks in New York City and Des Moines and the cost of snow removal; scenes shown of a sinkhole in Detroit. [Greenwich Village resident Ellen PETERSON-LEWIS††- comments on the broken pipes.]

Pelley, Scott;
Bojorquez, Manuel;
Yuccas, Jamie;
Quijano, Elaine

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