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Alabama / Tornadoes #380877

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 10, 1998
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(Studio: John Roberts) The damages in Alabama from the tornadoes shown.

(Birmingham, Alabama: Art Rascon) The impact of the tornadoes featured; scenes shown of wrecked homes in Birmingham, Alabama. [Now homeless Violet JONES - comments on her lost treasures.] [Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) James WITT - offers help.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Interview held with Jefferson County emergency team head Mary Buckelew. [BUCKELEW - describes the rescue operation; states the extent of the home damage.]

(Birmingham: Bob McNamara) The people's response to the tornado in Jefferson County, Alabama, featured; scenes shown of destroyed churches. [Open Door Church PASTOR, church members Jerry BUSBY, Yvonne UNDERWOOD - comment.]

McNamara, Bob;
Rascon, Art;
Roberts, John

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