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Kansas City, Missouri / Tornadoes / Denney Interview / Forecast #728034

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 04, 2003
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Kansas City: Dana Wright) Violent storms, including tornadoes, ripping through the Kansas City metropolitan area featured; video shown of a funnel cloud; scenes shown damaged property.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live telephone interview held with Kansas City spokesman Don Denney† about the extent of the damage; scenes shown of flattened homes. [DENNEY – says it is remarkable that there was only one death, but there are several injuries; speculates on how widespread the storm damage is; states the news media did an excellent job in warning the people.]

(Studio: Arch Kennedy) The threat of more severe weather across the Midwest and South discussed; weather maps shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Wright, Dana;
Kennedy, Arch

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