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Midwest / Tornadoes / Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / McCarthy Interview #728142

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 10, 2003
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) The latest tornado stories reviewed; scenes shown of damages in Honey Creek, Indiana, storm clouds in St. Louis & tornadoes; statistics cited on the severe weather.

(Oklahoma City: John Blackstone) The impact of another tornado on Oklahoma City featured; scenes shown of the damaged school. [Parent Dana QUILLEN†, teacher Kimberlie CARLSON†- comment on their school.] [Governor Brad HENRY†- says tornadoes are part of living in Oklahoma.] [KWTV chief meteorologist Gary ENGLAND†- says he took off when the tornado approached the studio.]

(Studio: Anthony Mason) Taped interview held with National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center's Dan McCarthy† about the storm outbreaks. [McCARTHY - says we have had an active jet stream activating air systems.]

Reporter(s):
Mason, Anthony;
Blackstone, John
Duration:
00:04:20

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