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NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 02, 2015
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This is Kevin Tibbles in Chicago with record breaking heavy weather and headaches. I'm in about five times an inch of snow an hour made for a dangerous icy commute blowing snow in Nebraska and Indiana blamed for numerous collisions that have killed as many as four people in Chicago. The city's 350 snow plows have been rolling round the clock dumping seventy five thousand tons of salt. O'Hare International Airport more than 1000 canceled flights today alone. I got here and they said I'm not going...
Reporter(s):
Kevin Tibbles;Miguel Almaguer
Duration:
00:01:52

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