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Chicago, Illinois / Train Derailment (Fox News Alert) #901349

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 11, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Breaking news of smoke and a possible train derailment in the Chicago, Illinois, subway introduced.

(Chicago: Steve Brown) The situation in Chicago featured; details given on a shutdown of a section of the “L,” people injured from the smoke, no reports of flames or indication of terrorism, the effect of the shutdown on transit and traffic throughout the city; live scenes shown of evacuated passengers and emergency personnel in the street.

(Chicago: local reporter) Local news coverage from Chicago shown. [WOMAN – describes the derailment and evacuating.]

Smith, Shepard;
Brown, Steve;
reporter, local

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