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Weather / Energy Shortages #248533

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 19, 1977
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(Studio) Temperature in Columbus, Ohio, cited. Wkend. forecast cited. Snow in Florida and Miami Beach noted. Homes in West Virginia lost heat. Reason cited. Shipping traffic in Midwestern rivers and lakes and on railroad lines crippled because of cold.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Chicago, Illinois) Amtrak cancels 8 of trains out of Chicago. Reason cited. Incapacitation of cars and engines cited. [Amtrak spokesperson Robert CASEY - says yards must be operative in order to operate trains. Reason cited.] Rest of operating Amtrak system noted. Plans to thaw out cars noted.
REPORTER: Chris Kelly

Cronkite, Walter;
Kelly, Chris

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