NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 02, 2009
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(Los Angeles: Chris Jansing) The severe weather in the West reviewed; scenes shown of snow that sank boats and collapsed roofs in Idaho, a damaged dock in Spokane and a wrecked sheriff’s car in Seattle, flooded streets and a house collapsed by a mudslide in Oregon, trucks blown over by wind in Reno; photos by Tom Drennon shown of people rescuing a moose from Priest Lake in Idaho. [The Weather Channel’s Paul GOODLOE- says there is a flood concern and avalanche threat.] [Flood VICTIM, evacuee Charlie GIBBS– comment.]
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