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Heat Wave #1139491

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jul 20, 2019
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(Studio: Reena Ninan) Report introduced.

(Washington: Natalie Brand) The lingering heat wave across the country featured; scenes shown from several cities. [DC Homeland Security & Emergency Management Agency dir. dr. Chris RODRIGUEZ@, four PEOPLE, PECO's Greg SMORE@, NASA Goiddard Inst. for Space Studies dir. Gavin SCHMIDT@0- talk about aspects of the heat & weather.] The resulting heat stress noted.

(Studio: Reena Ninan; studio: Jeff Berardelli) This dangerous heat forecast with rain & cooler weather coming on Monday reviewed; weather & temp maps shown.

(Studio: Reena Ninan, Jon LaPook) The death of former pro football player Mitch Petrus from heat stroke with warning symptoms outlined on screen & the need to hydrate discussed.

Reporter(s):
Ninan, Reena;
Brand, Natalie;
Berardelli, Jeff;
Jon, Reena Ninan,
Duration:
00:05:00

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