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Winter Weather / Storm / Tornadoes #852845

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 25, 2007
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) A major winter storm reported.

(New York: Lisa Daniels) The impact of the impending snowstorm on the East and its impact already on the West and Midwest featured; scenes shown from the New York City and Chicago airports, the car pileup in Colorado, downed trees in Iowa, ice-damaged cars in Chicago. [Three stranded PASSENGERS - react.] [NBC WeatherPlus meterologist Bill KARINS†- comments.] ["Today" travel editor Peter GREENBERG†- predicts airlines will cancel flights earlier.] [Chicago MOTORIST - comments.]

(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Dumas, Arkansas: Don Teague) The impact of a tornado on Dumas, Arkansas, featured; scenes shown of the devastation of wrecked houses and stores. [Three Dumas RESIDENTS, Sheriff Jim SNYDER†, business owners Dea SMITH†, Sylvester HARRELL†- react to the destruction.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Daniels, Lisa;
Teague, Don

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