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Winter Weather / California Citrus #856181

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 17, 2007
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Map shown of winter storms in the South and the deep freeze in southern California.

(Fort Worth, Texas: Don Teague) The damage and suffering from the harsh winter weather reviewed; scenes shown of cars sliding on roads in Texas, ice on trees and power lines, accidents, people in shelters in Oklahoma, snow in Malibu, California, and elsewhere; details given of travel problems. [Airline passenger Jack McDONALD‡, DRIVER, shelter WOMAN - comment.]

(Woodlake, California: George Lewis) The impact of the freezing weather on California‚Äôs citrus crops featured; scenes shown of ice on orange trees. [Citrus grower David ROBERTS††- comments on efforts to save the oranges.] [United Farm Workers Giev KASHKOOLI†- cites potential job losses.] [Sunkist Growers president Tim LINDGREN†- says there will be a significant increase in orange prices.]

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Teague, Don;
Lewis, George
Duration:
00:04:00

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