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L.A. / Donovan / Sulavane Montague / Nicole Skate #1165629

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 15, 2015
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Well wherever they originated they shut down more than 1000 schools in L.A. a school district second in population only to New York and covering seven hundred and ten square miles. Here's Ben Tracy. All LAUSD schools have been shut down today. Please do not like shouldering the robo call alert from the nation's second largest school district went out at six thirty two a.m. idling hundreds of school buses and stopping parents and more than 640000 students in their tracks. Nicole Skate's son Donov...
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Ben Tracy
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00:02:06

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