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Winter Weather / Blizzard / Ski Lift Accident #983563

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 28, 2010
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(Studio: Harry Smith) The aftermath of the blizzard that paralyzed the East coast introduced; snow scenes shown.

(LaGuardia Airport, New York: Michelle Miller) The ongoing problems at the airports in New York City featured; scenes shown of planes stuck on the tarmac; details given about the domino effect of flight cancellations and of advice for travellers. [At LaGuardia, two MEN; CBS travel editor Peter GREENBERG†, traveller Charlotte SPECTOR - comment on the planes and airports.]

(Studio: Harry Smith) A ski lift accident on Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine reported; diagram shown.

(New York: Seth Doane) The ski lift accident story presented; scenes and photos shown; details given {with diagrams} about how the lift works. [Ski lift accident victim Rebecca LONDON†- describes what happened.]

Reporter(s):
Smith, Harry;
Miller, Michelle;
Doane, Seth
Duration:
00:05:10

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