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Weather / Plains States and Florida #56927

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 31, 1979
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(Studio) 2nd day of blizzard in plains states noted; map shown. Summer rains in Indiantown, Florida, said responsible for collapse of earthen dam today.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Miami, Florida) Dam, belonging to Florida Power and Light Company, reported collapsing after flash flood; details given, films shown.
REPORTER: Bernard Shaw (WPLG film/tape)

(No location given) Rain storm in eastern Kansas featured; films shown [Halstead, Kansas, Mayor Dick NIERMAN - comments on flood.] Blizzard in southe. Colorado reported; films shown. Predicted route of storm cited.
REPORTER: Mike Von Fremd (KAKE, KBTV film/tape).

Robinson, Max;
Shaw, Bernard;
von Fremd, Mike

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