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California and West / Flooding #372383

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 06, 1997
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The flood waters California and western states updated.

(Meridian: John Blackstone) The California flooding featured; scenes shown of a sandbag wall holding out the flood waters in Meridian, California. [RESIDENTS, United States Air Force Tom MARTONE, California department of forestry Mark BISBEE - talk about the amazing work being done to keep the town dry.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Modesto: Sandra Hughes) The tough hit to California farmers from the flooding analyzed; scenes shown of the evacuation of livestock near Modesto, California. [FARMER, Dairy farmer Dave COUCHMAN - talks about his losses.]

Blackstone, John;
Hughes, Sandra;
Rather, Dan

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