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Weather #528234

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 27, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Atlanta, Georgia) Impact of continued record winter weather on south United States examined; films shown. [PEOPLE - describe experience.] No. weather-related deaths in Georgia so far mentioned.
REPORTER: Dan Molina

(Houston, Texas) Dangers stemming from continued winter weather examined; fires in New Orleans cited as example [New Orleans fire chief William McCROSSEN - can no longer guarantee protection.] Weather-related problems in several cities described, shown. Galveston, Texas, water shortage noted. [Galveston utilities director Randy DeVAUL - believes hurricane was easier to cope with.] Extensive fish kill along Corpus Christi shore due to cold mentioned, shown.
REPORTER: Robert Elliot

(Studio) Texas game warden's claim that legal limit on fish applies to those picked up after they die from cold noted.
REPORTER: John Palmer

Elliot, Robert;
Molina, Dan;
Palmer, John

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