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Winter Weather / Alabama Tornado / Walker Interview #853781

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 01, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The tornadoes in the South and Midwest and a snowstorm in the North featured; details given about the impact of a tornado on Enterprise, Alabama; scenes shown from a high school pulverized by the tornado, snow in Nebraska and Iowa, hail in Kansas City, fog in Chicago. [Voices of "Enterprise Ledger" editor Danny LEWIS†, Laren ALLGOOD†- describe what happened.] [NOAA Dan McCARTHY†- calls it a dangerous {storm} situation.] [Kansas WOMAN - comments.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Taped interview held with Coffee County emergency management Larry Walker† about the tornado; scenes and photos shown. [Voice of WALKER - says sirens had been going off since mid-morning; explains why the kids stayed in the building; states the school is "severely damaged."]

Gibson, Charles;
Reynolds, Dean

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