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Weather X-Treme #924136

FNC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 04, 2007
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) Report introduced.

(Americus, Georgia: Kris Gutierrez) The tornado recovery efforts in Americus, Georgia featured; scenes shown of destroyed homes, debris, and a prayer service. [Resident James MILES†- reacts to the death of his neighbors.] [First Baptist Church pastor Bob WHITMIRE†- talks about prayer.]

(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The death of a Colorado man who was caught in an avalanche in the Montana mountains near Echo Lake noted; scenes shown of an ambulance in Idaho Springs, Colorado. The rising of the Illinois River due to thawing ice and the efforts to repair the Iowa power grid reported; scenes shown of the ice slabs in Wilmington and utility crews in Black Hawk County.

(Fox Weather Center: Rick Reichmuth) National forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.

Gallagher, Trace;
Gutierrez, Kris;
Reichmuth, Rick

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