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Oregon / Mt. Hood Search / Survival (Part II) #847155

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 15, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The rules of mountain survival outlined.

(Loveland Pass, Colorado: Rick Sanchez) The extreme conditions that the missing climbers {on Mt. Hood, Oregon} are facing examined; scenes shown from the mountains at the continental divide in Colorado of the reporter trekking around with experts & building a snow cave. [American Mountain Guides Assn. Michael ALKAITIS†- comments on survival.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The deadly storm on Mt. Hood noted.

(Studio: Rob Marciano) The changing weather in the Pacific Northwest reviewed; weather maps shown; scenes shown from the Puget Sound area of fallen trees & power lines, damaged homes, blocked roads, damages planes, closed roads. [RESIDENT - describes what happened.] Statistics on wind levels cited.

Cooper, Anderson;
Sanchez, Rick;
Marciano, Rob

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