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Severe Weather / Flooding / Tornadoes #1125691

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 27, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The state of emergency in St. Paul, Minnesota noted.

(St. Paul, Minnesota: Katy Tur) The extreme weather featured; scenes shown of the Mississippi River in St. Paul, flooding in Alaska’s Denali National Park, tornado damage in Galveston, Texas, and last week’s tornado in Pilger, Nebraska; flood watch map shown, [Tour boat captain Gus GASPARDO††- comments on the impact of the flooding on his business & employees.] [Texas MAN – reacts.] [The Weather Channel’s Jim CANTORE†- predicts more extreme weather and severe raining.] A tornado in Wisconsin and the estimated cost of the damage in St. Paul reported.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Tur, Katy
Duration:
00:02:30

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