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Winter `78 #52872

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 07, 1978
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(Studio) Effects of Monday's blizzard on northe. noted. Conditions in NYC described; Boston official's comment quoted. Film shown.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(No location given) Report on conditions in Boston, include partial blackout of city on Monday night. Governor Michael Dukakis' appearance on television noted. [DUKAKIS - tells people to remain in homes.] Connecticut Governor Ella Grasso's closing of state to all but emergency traffic reported Flooding along coast cited; conditions in Westport, Connecticut, described.
REPORTER: Lynn Sherr

(NYC) Report on situation in NYC, where National Guard medical teams are called out. [sergeant Joe WHEELER - describes job.] Plight of elderly in such weather noted; case of Eleanor Byams cited.
REPORTER: Kati Marton

(Long Island, New York) Conditions in New York City suburbs described. Plight of Ann Selma Noakes, who's running out of heating oil, cited. [NOAKES - states need to make path to oil outlet.] Nassau Cnty., Long Island, mentioned.
REPORTER: Bill Stewart

(Studio) Forecasts of more winter weather across United States noted.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(Chicago, Illinois) Weather of previous storms described and forecast of upcoming storms given. Mentioned are Seattle, states of Georgia, ID, Montana and California, and San Francisco. Films and satellite photos shown.
REPORTER: John Coleman

Reporter(s):
Coleman, John;
Marton, Kati;
Sherr, Lynn;
Stewart, Bill;
Walters, Barbara
Duration:
00:05:40

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