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Winter Weather / East Coast #722645

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 16, 2003
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(Washington: Geoff Morrell) The snowstorm along the East coast featured; scenes shown of lots of snow & damages from a mudslide in Tennessee. [Several PEOPLE - react to the weather.] [The Weather Channel Paul KOCIN†- comments on the stranding.]

(Studio: Terry Moran) Report introduced.

(Philadelphia: John McKenzie) The storm in Philadelphia featured; scenes shown. [In airport, Hometown Transportation Don MOULDER†- says he is trying to get to Tampa, Florida, with a kidney for transplant.] [US Airways employee Tracy OWENS†- says flights are being canceled.]

Morrell, Geoff;
Moran, Terry;
McKenzie, John

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