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Tornadoes / Oklahoma, Texas / Governor Interview #994274

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 24, 2011
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(Joplin: Anderson Cooper) Tornadoes in Oklahoma reported; scenes shown of funnel clouds with audio reports from KWTV and KFOR. [Voice of KFOR reporter David PAYNE†- describes this event: violent long tornadoes that sound like jet engines or a waterfall.] [By phone, Oklahoma Governor Mary FALLIN†- sums up what is happening in her state with fatalities and injuries with severe storms--a massive outbreak of tornadoes in a short period of time.]

(Joplin: Anderson Cooper; studio: Chad Myers) This day of tornadoes in Oklahoma reviewed; inset tornado video and weather map of a cell near Dallas shown.

(Joplin: Anderson Cooper; Dallas: Ed Lavandera) The severe weather cell in Dallas discussed; weather map shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Myers, Chad;
Lavandera, Ed

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