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South / Tropical Storm Beryl, Tornadoes #601246

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 16, 1994
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(Studio: Jane Pauley) Reports introduced.

(Atlanta: Kenley Jones) The impact of a series of storms from tropical storm Beryl on Lexington, SC, featured; scenes shown of the tornado damages in the town. [Amateur photographer Larry OWENS, two RESIDENTS, sheriff James METTS - react to what happened.]

(Montezuma, Georgia: Noah Nelson) The rains in southern Georgia and the Florida panhandle from Beryl featured; scenes shown. [WOMAN, Governor Lawton CHILES - comment.] The recent flooding from tropical storm Alberto recalled. [Factory owner Steve STEPHENS - worries.]

Jones, Kenley;
Nelson, Noah;
Pauley, Jane

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