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Winter Weather / West / Mudslides / Snow #776480

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 10, 2005
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) The bad weather on the West coast introduced; inset scenes shown of a mudslide in southern California.

(La Conchita: Ted Rowlands) The mudslide in the seaside community of La Conchita, California, featured; scenes shown of the search for survivors in the mud & rubble & the sliding mud. [Good Samaritan Bill HARDISON†- describes what happened in the collapsed house; states more of the hill may start sliding.]

(Studio: Paula Zahn) The snow in the mountains of northern California introduced.

(Lake Tahoe, California: Jason Bellini) The powerful snow systems featured; scenes shown from the Sierra Nevada mountains & Lake Tahoe down below. [Squaw Valley ski patrol Lel TONE†- outlines the wind conditions.] [Zephyr Snowmobile Center Chris BURKE†- talks about the business season & nature sculpting the trees.]

(Studio: Paula Zahn) Video shown of a man trapped on top of his car after he slid off the freeway.

Reporter(s):
Zahn, Paula;
Rowlands, Ted;
Bellini, Jason
Duration:
00:05:10

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