This program is 29 minutes long
(Salvador, Brazil: Paula Faris) The World Cup soccer game between the US and Belgium that went into overtime featured; epic game scenes shown. [In Salvador, US FANS - comment.]
(Studio: David Muir) Live interview held with ESPN analyst Julie Foudy about the game. [FOUDY - says the team never stop fighting.]
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(New York: Gio Benitez) The US soccer fans across the country featured; scenes shown from many cities.
(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The storm's strengthening off the coast of Florida discussed; storm track shown.
(Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Clayton Sandell) The storm strike in the Midwest featured; scenes and photos shown from Earlville and Chicago, Illinois, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, of winds and rain, the storm drain that swept away Logan Blake. [Logan's father Mark BLAKE- comments on his son.]
(Modi'in, Israel: Alex Marquardt) The Israeli strikes on an Hamas compound in the Gaza Strip featured; scenes shown of the fires after the missiles and from an Israeli city. [ISRAELI - comments.] Gilad Shaar's emergency call played.
(London: Linzie Janis) The medical mystery about what happened to tennis player Serena Williams during a doubles match at Wimbledon examined; scenes shown of Williams in the warmup.
(Panama City, Florida: Matt Gutman) The anniversary of the parasailing flight in which two girls hit a building featured; scenes shown from Panama City, Florida, of the flight with a 911 call played; details given of the NTSB rebuke of the parasailing industry. [Victim Sidney Good's mother Amy GOOD- says you assume safety.]
(Studio: David Muir) Further coverage of the story on "Good Morning America" noted.