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Severe Weather / Tornadoes #1124591

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 17, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Pilger, Nebraska: John Yang) The destruction from the deadly, rare double tornadoes in Pilger, Nebraska featured; scenes shown of flattened buildings. [Iowa Storm Chasing Network Ben McMILLAN†- says either would be a dangerous thing by themselves.] [Stanton County Sheriff Mike UNGER†- says the business district is gone.] [Resident Larry NELSON, feed lot owner Jeff DINKLAGE††– comment on their losses.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) The storm system’s impact outside of Nebraska, including flooding in Iowa & South Dakota, reviewed.

(Pilger, Nebraska: Mike Seidel) The remaining threat from this storm and another one featured; map shown; details given about the extreme heat in Washington & Philadelphia.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Yang, John;
Seidel, Mike
Duration:
00:04:40

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