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Bad Weather / Midwest / Texas #481948

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 27, 1975
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(Studio) Reports on tornadoes, snow and floods.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Fort Collins, Colorado) Snow drifts make driving hazardous. Tow trucks begin work. [DRIVER - says couldn't see and went off road.] Electricity and telephones knocked out in some areas.
REPORTER: Mike Jackson

(Bismarck, North Dakota) Road conditions shown.
REPORTER: Mike Jackson

(Minneapolis, Minnesota) 1 foot snow without drifting here.
REPORTER: Mike Jackson

(Rockford, Illinois) Flooding forces 1000's out of homes.
REPORTER: Mike Jackson

(Lefors, Texas) 1/4 population homeless. 13 year old girl killed. Homes and bldgs. destroyed by tornado.
REPORTER: George Lewis (narrates KAMR-TV film)

Brokaw, Tom;
Jackson, Mike

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