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Winter Weather / Storm #1111904

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 14, 2014
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(Studio: James Brown) The impact of the deadly winter storm reviewed; photos shown.

(Kearny, New Jersey: Terrell Brown) The challenging snow removal operations featured; details given about the series of accidents that shut down the Pennsylvania Turnpike and about the cleanup budgets for New York City & Philadelphia; scenes shown of collapsed roofs across the Northeast. [Kearny, New Jersey resident Steven LARAY††, driver Heather PASCO††, Kearny Public Works superintendent Gerry KERR††- comment.]

(Studio: James Brown) Report introduced.

(Aiken, South Carolina: Mark Strassmann) The power outages in the South featured; scenes shown of downed trees and power lines in Aiken, South Carolina and ice-covered limbs; details given about the storm-related problems in Georgia and North Carolina, where 2 drivers were killed. [Governor Nikki HALEY††, Acropolis Pizza Restaurant owners Maria & George KRITZAS††- comment.]

Brown, James;
Brown, Terrell;
Strassmann, Mark

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