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Weather / East Coast Storms #296128

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 29, 1984
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(Studio) Death, injuries and estimated damage from tornadoes hitting North Carolina and South Carolina and eastern US reported; details illustrated on map. North Carolina Governor James Hunt's comment on state's disaster quoted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Greenville, North Carolina) Impact of tornadoes in Carolinas examined; films shown. [PEOPLE - describe experience.] [Peggy LEWIS - praises rescuers.] [Eddie CANNON, Luby HARRIS, Bonnie WARRICK - describe experience.] Continuing search for Faye Greegan mentioned; estimated amount of damage in North Carolina alone cited.
REPORTER: Jim McManus

(Smalltown, SC) Tornado destruction here examined; films shown. [Bell family SPOKESPERSON - describes injured, missing family mbrs.] [Norwood McCLAIN - describes experience.] Injuries, deaths in McClain family described. [J.B. FLOYD - notes son's family still have their lives.] [Don GAMBRELL - will survive, recover.]
REPORTER: Renee Ferguson

(Studio) Deaths attributed to storm's impact on northe. and severity of impact on eastern coast discussed.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Storm's destruction along northe. coastal areas examined; films shown. [PEOPLE - describe experience.] Weather conditions in several locales detailed, shown. [MAN - notes loss of home on coast.]
REPORTER: Chris Kelley

Reporter(s):
Ferguson, Renee;
Kelley, Chris;
McManus, Jim;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:07:10

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