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Winter Weather / Storms / New York State #852321

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 14, 2007
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(Studio: John Roberts) An overturned car on a snowy road by Indianapolis shown.

(Syracuse: Gary Tuchman) The impact of the snowstorm on Syracuse, New York, featured; scenes shown from on board a fire truck of the men on the job. [FIREMAN - says we have to shovel out the fire hydrants.] [With son trapped in her car, MOTHER - reacts.] The wintry conditions in Syracuse discussed.

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Albany: Jason Carroll) The blizzard-like conditions in Albany, New York, featured. [Motorist Barbara DeLUCA, Mayor Gerry JENNINGS†, skier Mark WALROD†- talk snow.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(New York: Carol Costello) The story of the JetBlue Airways plane Flight 751 that sat on the runway for 8 hours due to the winter storm in New York City reviewed; photos shown; details given about this "trip from hell." [Three PASSENGERS - complain.]

Roberts, John;
Tuchman, Gary;
Carroll, Jason;
Costello, Carol

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