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NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 02, 2007
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The tornadoes in central Florida introduced; scenes and maps shown; statistics cited.

(Lake Mack, Florida: Kerry Sanders) The impact of the storms reviewed; scenes shown of the devastation, people crying. [Several SURVIVORS, Ilsa CAMPBELL‡, Sol CASTRO‡, Vern and Louetta HERBERT‡– react.] [Volusia County Sheriff Ben JOHNSON†- says this storm showed no conscience.] [Governor Charlie CRIST††- says help is on the way through FEMA and Homeland Security.]

(Sumter County, Florida: Michelle Kosinski) The destruction in The Villages retirement community featured; scenes shown. [Residents Tom WALSH‡, the MILLERS, Don SCHARNHORST††- comment.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) The views of Lady Lake Church of God pastor Rev. Larry Lynn on the destruction of his church presented in his own words. [LYNN – describes what happened and what is left; says we’ll rebuild and be better and stronger.]

Williams, Brian;
Sanders, Kerry;
Kosinski, Michelle

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