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Oregon / Mt. Hood Search #914662

FNC Evening News for Monday, Dec 18, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Confirmation that Mt. Hood climber Kelly James†’ body was found dead yesterday in a snow cave in Oregon and the dangers for rescue workers searching for the other 2 missing climbers Brian Hall and Jerry Cooke†† reported; James family photos and pictures of the climbers shown. [Dead climber’s brother Frank JAMES†- says he has 2 more brothers still on the mountain; wishes the rescue workers “Godspeed”.] [Hood River County Sheriff Joe WAMPLER†- comments on the problems with avalanches and snowfall.]

(Hood River, Oregon: William La Jeunesse) The day’s developments in the search reviewed; details given on what police believe to have happened; scenes of rescue crews and the climbers’ families and animated diagram shown. [WAMPLER†- talks about the search.] [WOMAN– hopes for their safe return.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Survival inside snow cave featured; pictures of Fox News’ Jon Scott inside a snow cave and diagram shown. [SCOTT- talks about his experience.]

Reporter(s):
Smith, Shepard;
Jeunesse, William La
Duration:
00:06:00

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