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Weather / Winter Storms / New York, New York #633154

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 29, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Kevin Tibbles) Winter storm warnings in New York and snowstorms across the East and Midwest reported; scenes shown of snow in Chicago. [Chicago Sanitation Commissioner Al SANCHEZ - comments.] [National Center for Environmental Predictions Louis UCCELINI - says a major storm is coming.] [CNBC chief meteorologist Joe WITTE - describes weather conditions.] [New Yorker Martha MACCHIO - express concerns about traveling in the storm.] [Hart's Hardware owner Leonard HART - says people are buying supplies.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Interview held with New York Department of Sanitation head John Francis. [FRANCIS - talks about the amount of salt used on the roads; talks about clearing the roads.]

Tibbles, Kevin;
Williams, Brian

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