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Tornadoes / Oklahoma / Joplin. Missouri #994277

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 24, 2011
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(Joplin: Anderson Cooper) The news of tornadoes in Oklahoma and the situation in Joplin, Missouri, reviewed; scenes shown of funnel clouds, damage in Joplin; details given about the dead and missing; photos shown of five missing people.

(Joplin: Anderson Cooper) A look at Joplin with a search and rescue and recovery crew featured; scenes shown from a wrecked Home Depot store. [Search leader Doug WESTHOFF†, Missouri task force 1 Dr. Eliodora CHAMBERLAIN†- talk about the search.]

(Joplin: Anderson Cooper) The story of missing Will Norton updated; photo shown. [On phone, nephew missing Tracey PRESSLOR†- speaks briefly.]

(Joplin: Anderson Cooper; studio: Chad Myers) The storm with a tornado warning discussed.

(Joplin: Anderson Cooper, Gary Tuchman) What is happening in a shelter in Joplin with traumatized people moving to the basement shelter discussed.

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