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Weather / Texas, Oklahoma, Florida / California Fires #63092

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 17, 1980
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(Studio) Snowstorms in Texas and OK, windstorms in Florida and south California, especially wind's effect on fires in Los Angeles, California, area reported; extent of damage from fires noted.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Los Angeles, California) Brush fire situation in south California examined; films shown. Fin. impact on region detailed.
REPORTER: John North

(Los Angeles, California) Dick Van Amburg's successful efforts to save his home examined; films shown. [VAN AMBURG - comments.] [Rena SHERER - responds.] Sherer family's experience in escaping noted. [SHERER - comments.] Residents' various responses to situation outlined. [BOY - comments.]
REPORTER: Royal Kennedy

(No location given) Snowstorm in north Texas and Oklahoma examined; films shown. Hurricane Jeanne mentioned.
REPORTER: June Massell

Kennedy, Royal;
Massell, June;
North, John;
Robinson, Max

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