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Winter Weather / Storm #963645

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 25, 2009
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) The massive winter storm introduced; death toll cited; map shown.

(Minneapolis: Barry Petersen) The impact of the storm reviewed; scenes shown of snow in Oklahoma and Dallas, traffic accidents, stuck snow plows, stranded cars on US Highway 287 in Iowa Park, Texas, closed Interstates 29 in South Dakota and 80 in Nebraska, kids sledding; details given about the record snowfall in Oklahoma City and flight delays all over. [Voices of KAUZ-TV anchor Johan KAPLAN†, motorist Jane LaGREE†- comment on the mess on the highways.] [WCCO meteorologist Mike AUGUSTYNIAK†- says people may be able to get home.] [DRIVER, KIDS – react.] [Minneapolis resident Roger DAY – comments on helping his neighbor shovel out.]

Glor, Jeff;
Petersen, Barry

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