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Tornados / Enterprise, Alabama / Georgia #923635

FNC Evening News for Friday, Mar 02, 2007
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The tornado in Enterprise, Alabama, introduced; aerial scenes shown of the damage; death toll cited. [2 high school STUDENTS – comment.]

(Enterprise: Steve Brown) The tragedy in Enterprise reviewed; video of the tornado and scenes of damaged buildings shown; pictures shown of the 8 students who died {named}. [Alabama Governor Bob RILEY†- talks about the decision to keep the kids at the school.]

(Studio: Trace Gallagher) Scenes shown from the wrecked school building; the death of a US soldier’s son noted. [2 STUDENTS - describe what happened.]

(Enterprise: Erik Liljegren) The aftermath of the tornado in Enterprise featured; scenes shown of damaged cars, debris, clean-up crews. [Students Johanna ALMQUIST†, Charlie STRICKLAND†, Ashton CUTTS†- talk about their experiences.]

(Studio: Trace Gallagher)Another tornado’s impact in Georgia reported; scenes shown. [WITNESS - describes what happened.] President Bush’s plans to visit the affected areas noted. {BUSH – comments.]

Gallagher, Trace;
Brown, Steve;
Liljegren, Erik

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