NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 07, 1975
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(Studio) Nebraska governor asks government for disaster aid for tornado damaged Omaha. Damage estimated at $1/2 billion.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Omaha, Nebraska) Wayne Stockwell took pictures of Omaha tornado. Widespread destruction left in wake of tornado; films shown. Residents of Omaha begin sifting through rubble. Personal disaster story of Tom Lindsay family told. [LINDSAY - says it's very hard to see everything you've worked for destroyed in matter of moments.] [Dolores LINDSAY - says family will stay here and start over.]
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell (KMTV-TV film)
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