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South Dakota Flood #223394

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 13, 1972
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(Studio) Cloud-seeding experiments near Rapid City, South Dakota preceded flood. South Dakota Governor Richard Kneip requests full report preliminary reports show seeding had no effect on devastating flood. Death toll reaches 200. REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Rapid City, South Dakota) Funeral services for dead begin in wake of flood. [Minister holds service for flood victim at graveside.] Injured treated at Saint John's hospital. [Harold KONRATH - burned badly when gas line broke in flood, lightening struck house ] [S. sergeant Steve RINGENBERG - was getting gas when flood hit. His wife and baby are missing.]
REPORTER: Bill Plante

Plante, Bill

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