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Violent Weather #180463

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 14, 1998
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) A day of violent weather across the country reviewed.

(Saint Louis: Jim Williams) Tornadoes in the Midwest featured; scenes shown of the tornado in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and of wind damage in Missouri. [At amusement park, MAN, Kansas MAN - describe what happened.] [KDNL-TV chief meteorologist Karyn SHIPMAN - cites the dangers of straight line wind.]

(Boston: Mark Mullen) The storm in the Boston area featured; scenes shown of rain everywhere. [RESIDENT, Norwood police Dean RAYMOND, Boston Mayor Thomas MENINO - describe what happened.]

(Studio: Carole Simpson) Tornadoes in the South reported.

Mullen, Mark;
Simpson, Carole;
Williams, Jim

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