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Tornadoes / Tennessee #825255

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 07, 2006
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(Studio: Heidi Collins) A developing news story on tornadoes in "tornado alley" introduced.

(Charlotte, Tennessee: Amanda Rosseter) The stormy weather in Tennessee featured; scenes shown of a building wrecked by a tornado in Charlotte & damages in Gallatin & Dixon County. [Mayor Linda FRAZIER†- outlines the destruction.] [WOMAN - reacts.] The warnings & preparations for the storm discussed.

(Studio: Heidi Collins) Report introduced.

(Studio: Rob Marciano) The reasons for the increase in tornado activity this year examined; weather map of tornado hail hotspots in the South & tornado damage shown. [On Sunday, in Braggadocio, Missouri, Brenton WILSON - reacts to the tornado.]

Collins, Heidi;
Rosseter, Amanda;
Marciano, Rob

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