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Severe Weather / Tornados #1129108

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 28, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Venice Beach, California: Joe Fryer) A spate of severe weather events reviewed; scenes shown of tornado damage in Revere, Massachusetts and Tennessee, downed trees, wrecked houses; details given about the deadly lightning strike at Venice Beach in California; photo shown of lightning victim Nick Fagnano††. [Revere MAN, Mayor Daniel RIZZO†, beach WOMAN, MAN, Los Angeles County fire Capt. Brian JORDAN†- comment.] [NASA climatologist Bill PATZERT†- notes the rarity of lightning in southern California.]

Williams, Brian;
Fryer, Joe

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