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Spring Weather / Midwest, South / Deputy, Survivor Interviews #824785

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 03, 2006
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Rutherford, Tennessee: Rob Marciano) The impact of stormy weather on western Tennessee & various heartland states featured; scenes shown of damaged & totaled homes in Rutherford & other states hit by thunderstorm, hail, tornadoes. [In Rutherford, Michelle GOAD‡- reacts.]

(Studio: John Roberts) The dashboard view of the storm from a sheriff's deputy patrol car in Dyer County shown. [Via telephone, voice of Deputy Lynn WALLER - recounts what happened in the tornado.]

(Studio: Heidi Collins) Live interview held with tornado survivor James Hicks†. [From his hospital bed, HICKS - describes what happened when hail hit his car, the funnel cloud approached & he hit a tree thrown by the storm.]

Reporter(s):
Roberts, John;
Marciano, Rob;
Collins, Heidi
Duration:
00:08:50

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