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Florida / Tornado Aftermath / Crist #850851

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 03, 2007
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(Studio: Bill Weir) The aftermath of the tornado in central Florida reported; damage & casualty statistics cited.

(Lady Lake: Steve Osunsami) The destruction in Florida featured; scenes shown from Lady Lake of families amidst the wreckage of their homes; details given of the start of the cleanup. [Residents Bunny SCOTT†, Cheryl & Robert SCHLEHER†, Governor Charlie CRIST†, residents Grace TOTA†, Larry EIDELBERG†, Senator Bill NELSON†- react.] 911 tornado calls played.

(Studio: Bill Weir) Report introduced.

(Lady Lake: Jeffrey Kofman) The view of Florida's new governor of the tornado damages presented; scenes shown of the damages. [CRIST - says it looks like a bomb went off; states the experiences of the past have helped; talks about strengthening home codes.]

Reporter(s):
Weir, Bill;
Osunsami, Steve;
Kofman, Jeffrey
Duration:
00:05:20

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