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Joplin, Missouri / Tornado #994357

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 25, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The evolving story in Joplin, Missouri, after the deadly tornado introduced; scenes shown of tornado damages in Bedford, Indiana and of the deadly tornado moving in Oklahoma.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, John King) The growing frustration over problems in getting information about missing or dead family members after the Joplin tornado discussed; photos of a missing/dead boy and an exchange between family members and a morgue official shown; details given about the reasons for a delay in notifications.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Gary Tuchman) The long delays in getting permits for people wanting to return to their homes and the number of people unaccounted for discussed; scenes shown of people in line.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of missing teen Will Norton, who was pulled up through the car's sunroof, updated; photos and video shown; details given of rumors about his possible whereabouts. [Will's aunt Tracey PRESSLOR†- describes what happened to will and his father in a car when the tornado hit.] [Retired battalion chief volunteer searcher Steve LEA†- comments on the search for Will.] Missing boy Lantz†† Hare mentioned. [In interview, father Mike HARE†- cries about the search for his son; states he will follow up on reports.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The search for missing Linda Sweeten, Robert Bateson, Patricia Dawson, Charles Writer, Ida Finley, Skyular Logdson and Emma Hayes noted; photos shown and phones number listed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
John, Anderson Cooper,;
Gary, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:18:50

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