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Weather / Flood Threats #250352

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 11, 1977
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(Studio) States along Ohio River brace for floods as weather eases. National Weather Service predicts rain. Officials meet in Cincinnati.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Cincinnati, Ohio) Officials plan for flood threat. [West Virginia Governor Jay ROCKEFELLER - urges preparation for worst.] [Ohio Governor James RHODES - speaks with regard to situation.] Conditions described. Army Corps of Engineers concerned. Scenes along Allegheny River shown. [Voice of Corps of Engineers Colonel Max JANIERO - speaks of prospects when ice melts.] Bus. leaders meet in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to discuss situation. Susquehanna River scenes shown. Ohio R. scenes shown. Govs. urge people to get flood insurance.
REPORTER: Chris Kelly

Kelly, Chris;
Mudd, Roger

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