NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 02, 1973
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(Studio) Mississippi River flooding from Iowa to LA. Saint Louis flooded. Tornado hits Fairfax Cnty., Virginia.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Saint Louis, Missouri) Mississippi River at highest levels since 1937 and continues to rise. West Alton flooded now, and much Saint Louis due to be under water before river crests.
REPORTER: John Palmer
(Fairfax Cnty., Virginia) Tornado hits several areas in Washington, DC suburbs. 32 hurt. Many would have been killed had tornado struck any day except Sunday when stores closed.
REPORTER: Ron Nessen
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