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California / Flood #359355

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 11, 1995
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(Malibu, California: Connie Chung) The continual rain and flooding across California featured; scenes shown of the high water areas, flood victims and the military on maneuvers. [National Weather Service Tim McCLUNG - comments on the unusual amount of rainfall.] President Clinton's declaration that dozens of California counties qualify as federal disaster areas noted.

(Laguna Beach, California: Jerry Bowen) The California rainstorm's damage to local businesses and homes examined; scenes shown of merchants cleaning their store fronts and various flood damaged areas. [Santa Barbara, California, RESIDENTS - comment on the rains and flooding.]

(Montereo: John Blackstone) The northern California storm's destruction and flooding of the Russian River reported; scenes shown of the river flooding and National Guard rescues. [Flood VICTIMS - comment on the storm's destruction.] [Montereo, California, RESIDENT - talks about past floods.] [Richard DAVIS - comments on why he still lives in a flood area.]

Blackstone, John;
Bowen, Jerry;
Chung, Connie

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