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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 18, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Death toll so far from flooding in west states and contd. ice and snowstorms across North and Midwest reported; satellite photograph shown.

(San Francisco, California: Barry Petersen) Evacuation of those stranded by floods examined; scenes shown. [Brad BISCONNER - reacts to family's rescue.] Tammy Bisconner and others noted trapped in Guerneville; details given. [Tammy BISCONNER - describes experience.] [EVACUEE - comments.]

(Reno, NV: Terry Drinkwater) Flooding in Reno, NV, examined; scenes shown. Major landslide near Lake Tahoe noted. [California transportation department spokesperson Dale BOURNE - cites potential for further slides.] [MAN - explains returning to IN.]

Drinkwater, Terry;
Petersen, Barry;
Rather, Dan

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