This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Ginger Zee) The flash flooding in San Antonio reviewed; scenes shown of flood waters, submerged cars, a nearby tornado, damaged homes. [Victim Paul EVANS- comments.] [From San Antonio, KSAT reporter Matt RIVERS- shows the flood waters.] The rain forecast for the San Antonio and Vermont and the forecast in the Midwest for tomorrow discussed; scenes shown of snow in Vermont.
(Studio: Gio Benitez) The collision of two freight trains in Missouri featured; scenes shown of the wreckage that damaged a bridge. The May 17 train collision in Bridgeport, Connecticut, recalled and shown.
(Washington: David kerley) The collapse of a bridge in Washington state reviewed; photos, video and virtual view of the bridge shown; details given about the issue of the nation's aging infrastructure. A look at the deficient Key Bridge in Washington, DC, and the rusty Tappan Zee Bridge in New York City presented; scenes shown. [Former NTSB failure analyst Jim WILDEY- shows the key Bridge.]
(Studio: David Muir, Martha Raddatz) How sexual assaults has become a top priority for the military discussed. [On "This Week," Gen. John ALLEN - says we must seize this opportunity to lead.]
(Moore: Reena Ninan) President Obama's visit to Moore tomorrow in his role as consoler-in-chief previewed; scenes shown of storm damages in the background and of the president's other recent consolation visits.
(Washington: Susan Saulny) The FDA investigation into injectable back pain drugs that were contaminated examined; scenes shown of the Main Street Family Pharmacy in west Tennessee where the steroid drug was made. [Newbern resident Bob NEWHOUSE- reacts.] Last year's outbreak of fungal meningitis linked to the same drug recalled.
(New York: Amy Robach) The announcement that openly gay soccer player Robbie Rogers has signed a contract with the pro Los Angeles Galaxy team featured. [After a brief retirement, ROBERTS - talks about missing soccer.] [On "Nightline," ROBERTS - talks about gay slurs and coming out.]
(Studio: LInzie Janis) The backlash to comments from hedge fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones about working mothers as traders examined. [JONES - speaks about women as traders.] [Litespeed Management founder Jamie ZIMMERMAN - speaks about male parents being "connected," too.]