NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 12, 2007
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(Sanger, California: George Lewis) The impact of the cold weather in California featured; details given of the threat to the citrus industry and concern about homeless people and zoo animals. [Sunwest Fruit Co. vice president Dean THONESON- says the temperatures could be devastating for the crop.] [California Emergency Services director Henry RENTERIA- notes the health hazard for individuals and animals] The recent unstable weather in California, including wildfires and snow, noted. [Jet Propulsion Laboratory climatologist Bill PATZERT- comments on the wild weather.]
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