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NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 14, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The fires in California introduced; scenes shown. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Carlsbad, California: Joe Fryer) The battle against the fires featured; scenes shown of fires in Carlsbad, Camp Pendleton & San Diego and of Marines arriving on hovercraft; details given about the impact of the dry conditions, high winds & high temperatures. [2 HOMEOWNERS – comment.] [CAL FIRE chief Ray CHANEY†- says weather conditions give us grave concern.] [San Diego fire department Javier MAINAR†- says he is perpetually nervous.] [NBC4 Los Angeles weathercaster Fritz COLEMAN†- says the Santa Ana winds are out of season.]

Williams, Brian;
Fryer, Joe

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