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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 29, 1983
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(Studio) Death toll so far from continued severe winter weather across nation discussed.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(No location given) Concern over avalanches in Colorado Rockies due to heavy snowfalls examined; films shown. Washington state avalanche incident reported [WA Sheriff Bob HOFFMAN - describes scene.] Extent of snow in Sierras discussed. [Central Sierra Snow Lab spokesperson Jim BERGMAN - notes concern over flooding due to heavy snow pack.] Weather-related conditions in several regions described, shown.
REPORTER: David Burrington

(Studio) Texas and Florida reported embargoing sale and shipment of freeze-damaged fruit; tornadoes in deep South reported Georgia tornadoes discussed. Films shown.
REPORTER: John Palmer

Burrington, David;
Palmer, John

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