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Midwest Floods #461394

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 15, 1972
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(Studio) Winter storms cause 24 deaths, extensive property damage.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Bay Cty., Hawaii) Homes on shores of Lake Huron flooded. National Guardsmen pile sand bags along shore. 500 people evacuated.(Toledo, Ohio) Flood waters 5-6 foot deep, though level of Lake Erie back to normal. Man returns to flooded house for son's hockey uniform.
REPORTER: Lou Davis

(Alexander Cty., Illinois) In Illinois and Missouri, crops lost to heavy rains. [Farmer Bill COLYER - may lose everything.] Some counties ask federal disaster status to make farmers eligible for low interest operating loans for next spring.
REPORTER: Dick Kay

(Studio) Storm causing damage moves out to Atlantic Ocean. New storm forms in Western states.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Davis, Lou;
Kay, Dick
Duration:
00:05:00

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