Nightline: Tornado Alley #741834
ABC Special for Monday, May 05, 2003
Live discussion with Chris Bury (ABC) and Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore re: issues surrounding the destruction and loss of life caused by recent tornados and the scientific advances that give earlier warning of oncoming tornados. Taped segment with Dean Reynolds (ABC), restaurant owner Bonnie Heater‡, store owner Cindy Bean, state representative Jack Goodman, and other unidentified residents of Pierce City, Missouri. Taped segment with Mike von Fremd (ABC), pawn shop owner Todd Krasner‡, landlord Denise Stinley‡, and other unidentified residents of Jackson, Tennessee, and the surrounding areas. Taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC), Greg Forbes of the Weather Channel, Douglas Forsyth of the NOAA Radar Research and Development Division, Hugh Christian of the NASA National Space Science and Technology Center, and Joseph Schaefer of the NOAA Storm Prediction Center.
Note: Taped coverage includes local weather bulletin across bottom of screen 11:38:10-11:44:50.
- Reynolds, Dean;
- von Fremd, Mike;
- Marash, Dave
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