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Winter Weather / West #776628

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 11, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The impact of rain & mudslides on the community of La Conchita, California, featured; scenes shown of firefighters searching through the rubble, the mudslide, flood waters in San Juan Capistrano, San Bernardino County, & southern Utah, where a house is shown collapsing, a boulder on the highway in Malibu & a mother {Erica Henderson††} & son on a raft in the river as a rescue is attempted. [Los Angeles County fireman Rich ATWOOD†- reacts to the raft incident.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Jeffrey Henderson†, who is trapped by the storm in the canyon with his daughter in La Verne, California. [Voice of HENDERSON - recounts seeing on television the rescue of his wife & son; states he is waiting for the water to slow before he tries to leave.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Tomorrow night's special on "Extreme Weather" previewed.

Brown, Aaron

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