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Severe Weather / Tornados / Lightning / Wildfires #1129092

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 28, 2014
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(Studio: James Brown) Violent storms in New England, wildfires in the West, and a deadly lightning strike in California reported; photos/scenes shown.

(New York: Vicente Arenas) The impact of tornadoes in Revere, Massachusetts and eastern Tennessee reviewed; scenes shown of flooding, downed trees, hail, an exploding power line, and storm damage in Detroit. [Revere homeowner Derek CASTLE††- comments.]

(Studio: James Brown) Report introduced.

(Venice Beach, California: Teri Okita) A deadly lightning strike at Venice Beach in California featured; photo shown of victim Nick Fagnano††; scenes shown of lifeguards performing CPR on the injured. [Witness Joe DORO††, injured Paul DIONNE††- describe what happened.]

(Studio: James Brown) Report introduced.

(Placerville, California: John Blackstone) The battle against the wildfires in California reviewed; scenes shown from Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Nevada foothills of flames, smoke air tankers & helicopters. [Cal Fire Ron OATMAN††- says there‚Äôs still a lot to be done.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, James;
Arenas, Vicente;
Okita, Teri;
Blackstone, John
Duration:
00:03:50

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