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[TALENT=Teresa]

Coming up next.
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Volunteers are hitting the campaign trail in preparation for Tuesday's primary.
Some local residents take aim at the Roanoke City police department.
And-- a progress report on some local construction projects.
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In sports, The field is set for tomorrows Winston Cup race at the Rock....Mark Martin wins another Busch race.
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And the Virginia Cavaliers lose on the road to Florida State.
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Shorts might have been part of your wardrobe today. Tomorrow an umbrella might be a good choice as rain is in the forecast. Details coming up. [open]
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With Virginia's Republican primary only days away -- volunteers are out campaigning in full force.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.


[Primary]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=00-05 5:52]
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While none of the Republican Presidential candidates are coming to the Roanoke Valley to campaign.
They do have thousands of volunteers, locally and statewide, working to get voters to the polls for Tuesday's primary.
[Double Boxes=Teresa/Joy Newsroom]


Joy Sutton was out with some local volunteers earlier today and is back in the newsroom.
[Live= Joy/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Joy1]


Teresa,
Virginia has 56 delegates up for grabs -- and in this primary -- the winner takes all.
Volunteers from both Bush and McCain campaigns -- say Virginia could play a big role in Super Tuesday.
(rollcue...Super Tuesday )
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[SOT]
[IN Q=there we go]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co;00]
[SUPER=01-James Garris/McCain Volunteer;38]
[SUPER=01-Mike Sommers/Bush Volunteer;57]
[SUPER=01-Diane St.John/Roanoke Co. Registrar;1:06]
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[OUT Q=sign this pledge]

((
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[NAT SOT 15:05:24]
[IN Q=There we go]
((NAT SOT: THERE WE GO. IS THIS GOING TO BE ENOUGH. DON'T WANT YOU RUNNING OUT))
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[OUT Q=running out]


Armed with hundreds of flyers -- volunteers for George W. Bush -- we're ready to hit the campaign trail -- and reach as many voters as possible.
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[NAT SOT15:12:15]
[IN Q=My name is Mike]
((NAT SOT: MY NAME IS MIKE. I'M A VOLUNTEER FOR GEORGE BUSH AND I WANTED TO REMIND YOU TO VOTE ON TUESDAY. I SURE WILL)

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[OUT Q=sure will]


While Bush supporters choose to target the area neighborhoods.
McCain supporters focused their efforts at Tanglewood mall.
They were also equipped with hundreds of flyers and bumper stickers reminding Virginians to vote for McCain.
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[SOT 15:18:32]
[IN Q=Right I would say]

((JAMES GARRIS/MCCAIN VOLUNTEER: RIGHT NOW I WOULD SAY ON THE GRASS ROOTS LEVEL WE ARE LOOKING AT GEORGE BUSH WITH A SLIGHT EDGE BUT I WOULD NOT COUNT SENATOR MC CAIN OUT. WE HAVE FOUND THAT IN OTHER PRIMARIES HE COME OUT AND BEAT THE PUNDITS POLE AND THEIR PREDICTIONS FAIRLY WELL))
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[OUT Q=farelly well]


Bush volunteers say they need to make sure Republicans get out and vote -- because Virginia's primary is very important.
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[SOT15:09:20]
[IN Q=It's going to be critical]

((MIKE SOMMERS/BUSH VOLUNTEER: IT'S GOING TO BE CRITICAL BECAUSE WHO EVER WINS VIRGINIA OR WINS WASHINGTON, WHICH IS THE SAME DAY. THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE THE BIG MOMENTUM GOING INTO THE SUPER TUESDAY PRIMARY))
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[SOT15:13:35]
[IN Q=I'm going to predict]

((DIANE ST. JOHN/ROANOKE CO. REGISTRAR: I'M GOING TO PREDICT WE WILL HAVE 10-12 PERCENT TURNOUT BY THE WAY THE ABSENTEE'S ARE RUNNING))
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So far the Roanoke County Registrar's office has received less than a hundred absentee ballots.
Those who do vote will have to sign a pledge, promising not to participate in another party's nominating process.
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[SOT15:14:38]
[IN Q=They think]

((DIANE ST. JOHN: THEY THINK THAT THEY HAVE TO REGISTER FOR THIS PRIMARY WHICH YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BECAUSE YOU DO NOT REGISTER BY PARTY IN VA. BUT THEY DO HAVE TO SIGN THIS PLEDGE))
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[OUT Q=pledge]))
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Voter turn-out statewide is expected to be 25 percent. [TAKE FULL SCREEN PINNACLE]
If you would like to check out the election results for the primary, it will be available on the internet at this website.
Teresa, [TAKE TERESA FULL]


[Protest]


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Some Roanoke residents say they're upset with the way local police have been treating them.
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Dozens gathered at Washington Park to march but because of a low-turnout they decided to hold off until next Saturday.
But they did discuss the problems they say they've had with the Roanoke City Police Department.
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[SOT1:21:13]
[IN Q=I'm trying to run a ]

((KHALID JONES: I'M TRYING TO RUN A LEGITIMATE BUSINESS, BUT I AM HARASSED BY THE POLICE OFFICERS SITTING ACROSS THE STREET DISCOURAGING PEOPLE FROM COMING TO MY BUSINESS))
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Jones told the crowd that many of his friends were scared to come out today because they fear further harassment.

Martin Jeffrey -- the President of the N-DoubleA-C-P -- was one of the organizers of the protest.
He told the crowd if they want change they have to be diligent -- and that change can also happen if they elect people to city council that care about their concerns.
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[SOT 1:19:20]
[IN Q=I'm here just to]

((MAC MCCADDEN/MAYORAL CANDIDATE: I'M HERE TO JUST LISTEN TO WHAT THESE YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE TO SAY ABOUT WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THEIR LIVES IN THIS COMMUNITY. BECAUSE THAT'S WHAT WE'RE ALL GOING TO HAVE TO DO SOONER OF LATER. IF WE DON'T HELP THESE PEOPLE IN THIS COMMUNITY OR UNDERSTAND THEM THEN I THINK WE'RE DOING SOMETHING WRONG))
[SUPER=01-Mac McCadden/Mayoral Candidate]
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[OUT Q=something wrong]
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Jeffrey hopes at least 100 people will take part in next weekend's march.
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A shooting in Danville this morning has left one man injured.
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It happened around eight o'clock at Purdum Woods apartments.
When investigators arrived they say they heard someone moaning inside.
That's when officers forced their way in and found a black male on the floor, face down, with a gun shot wound to the head.
The man was airlifted to Duke Medical Center -- his condition is not known at this time.
Police are questioning 30 year old Willie Walton who lives at the apartment complex.
So far, no one charges have been filed.
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U-S Airways is cutting back on its flights out of Roanoke.
Beginning March 5th... the airline will be cutting two daily flights to Charlotte because of high jet fuel prices.

U-S Airways will still offer three flights to Charlotte and Pittsburgh daily.


[Tax-Help]


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It's time to start filing your taxes and some local college students say they can make the grueling task a little easier.
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Students at Roanoke College are offering free assistance at the main library in downtown Roanoke for anyone needing help filling out tax forms.
The students have been trained not only to handle the simple forms like a 10-40-E-Z .... but also the more complicated ones, like the 10-99 used by independent contractors.
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[IN Q=It's just sort]

((RICK CROWE/STUDENT:IT'S JUST SORT OF GIVING ME EXPERIENCE SO I CAN BE WELL VERSED WHEN I GO INTO A COMPANY TO DO WHATEVER THEY THROW AT ME))
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A Roanoke College Professor does review all of the forms when the students are finished.
The students are also there to remind people about the 500 dollar tax credit -- that is given for each child under the age of 17.
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[SOT1:31:06]
[IN Q=The big thing]

((CAROLE CISSEL/PROFESSOR: THE BIG WE'RE NOTICING THIS YEAR IS EDUCATION CREDITS FOR TUITION THAT PEOPLE DON'T REALIZE THEY CAN GET CREDIT FOR. AND THERE IS ALSO A DEDICATION FOR INTEREST PAID ON A STUDENT LOAN. THEY DON'T HAVE TO ITEMIZE IT. IT'S DEDUCTIBLE RIGHT ON THE FRONT OF THE RETURN))
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[OUT Q=the return]
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The students will offer their service again at the same location on March 18th, April 8th and again on April 15th.
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Still ahead...
The warm weather brought people outside today --
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and with the construction of new greenways in the Roanoke Valley... folks will probably be hoping for even more days, like this one, to enjoy the great outdoors.
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[Greenways]


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After several years of hard work, new greenways are beginning to open across the Roanoke Valley.
Today, Joe Dashiell takes a closer look at a few of the projects that are nearing completion, and one that's still in search of support.
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((The Hanging Rock Battlefield Trail already welcomes walkers. The pedestrian bridge over Interstate 581 awaits construction of the Lick Run Greenway this year... and the Wolf Creek Greenway is now receiving a carpet of crushed stone.
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Those are just a few of the greenway projects now taking shape in the Roanoke Valley. In the year 2000 much of the effort will be focused along the Roanoke River.
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[IN Q=And we are fortunate]

((LIZ BELCHER/GREENWAYS COORDINATOR: AND WE ARE FORTUNATE TO HAVE A RIVER RIGHT HERE IN THE VALLEY AND YET MANY OF US DON'T HAVE ACCESS TO THE RIVER. AND WE HAVEN'T KNOWN THE RIVER WELL, BECAUSE WE JUST DRIVE OVER THE TOP OF IT.))
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[OUT Q=over the top of it.]


One of the next greenway segments will stretch along the River in Salem... from Colorado Street to the Cardinal Criminal Justice Academy. On Monday night, Salem City Council is expected to approve funds to engineer the project.
[SOT HOWARD PACKETT 53:35]
[IN Q=It's not only]

((HOWARD PACKETT/SALEM CITY COUNCIL: IT'S NOT ONLY A TOURIST ATTRACTION, BUT IT'S JUST WONDERFUL FOR THE PEOPLE OF SALEM TO HAVE SOMEWHERE LIKE THIS TO GO, BECAUSE WE DON'T REALLY HAVE A LOT OF THIS RIGHT NOW. AND EVENTUALLY WE WANT THIS TO HOOK INTO THE HANGING ROCK TRAIL AND EVENTUALLY INTO THE ELIZABETH CAMPUS TRAIL.))
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[OUT Q=the Elizabeth Campus Trail.]


Land Acquisition and construction costs are often the greatest challenges for greenway supporters... and though the city of Salem owns the right of way for the first segment of the Roanoke River project, funding remains an issue.


The Bierne Carter Foundation has committed 100-thousand dollars, but supporters must raise matching funds.
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[IN Q=We're facing a deadline]

((WE'RE FACING A DEADLINE ON THAT GRANT AND SO WE DO NEED TO GO AHEAD AND FINISH RAISING THE 100-THOUSAND DOLLARS. I THINK WE'RE NOW AT 57 AND RISING.))
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[OUT Q=at 57 and rising.]


Greenway advocates are hopeful the David Smith Memorial Roanoke River Trail will be one more link in a network of greenways that will eventually tie together the entire Roanoke Valley.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Salem))




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If you are looking for an entertaining evening filled with food and art... it may be closer then you think.
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Up next, we'll take "time off" to visit a new dinner theater in Wytheville that offers live entertainment.
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A night of great food and live theater usually involves a short drive between two destinations.
But a now a new dinner theater is open in Wytheville.
Kimberly McBroom takes us to the (Wolf-ert) Wohlfahrt Haus in this week's "Time Off".
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[SUPER=01-Jamie McGraw/Company Member; :59]
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(( Neil Simon's three- act play, "Plaza Suite" kicks off the Wohlfahrt Haus's spring season.
Contract player Jason Pafford portrays middle- aged businessman, Sam Nash, whose wife has arranged a romantic anniversary night for them...except it's NOT their anniversary.
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[SOT 15:09:54]

((WE'RE NOT MARRIED? TOMORROW IS OUR ANNIVERSARY. WE'RE MARRIED 23 YEARS. ARE YOU SURE?)) [RUNS:08]
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[SOT 14:07:15]

((JASON PAFFORD/COMPANY MEMBER: IT'S REALLY NICE BECAUSE YOU RUN CONTINUOUSLY. WE'RE NEVER DARK ANYMORE. WE DON'T HAVE A DARK WEEKEND. YOU'RE ALWAYS IN REHEARSAL OR WORKING ON A SHOW OR IN PERFORMANCE. SO, IT KEEPS YOU BUSY, IT'S REALLY GOOD.)) [RUNS:13]
The ACTORS are having a good time, and they say so are those who come out to see the performances.
Its auditorium- style seating can accommodate around 200 people.
Although it just opened in December, the dinner theatre's already attracted a good following on Friday and Saturday nights.
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[SOT 14:29:35]

((JAMIE MCGRAW/COMPANY MEMBER: IT'S BRAND NEW AND ALL THE WORD ISN'T OUT YET ABOUT IT. BUT MORE PEOPLE ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY.)) [RUNS:06]
It's easy to spend the entire evening here...and maybe part of the afternoon, too.
Wohlfahrt Haus features a small gallery of local art, a gift shop filled with German trinkets, and a German- themed lounge.
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[SOT 14:16:30]

((JAMES DYER/GUEST ACTOR: I THINK IT WORKS QUITE WELL. EVERYBODY'S REALLY READY FOR THE PLAY, I THINK. EVERYBODY GETS HERE TWO HOURS BEFOREHAND. THEY HAVE WONDERFUL, FOUR- COURSE DINNER. AND WE'VE BEEN GETTING SOME REALLY WONDERFUL RESPONSES FROM THE AUDIENCE.)) [RUNS:11]
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[SOT standup 15:34:30 ]

((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: THE WOHLFAHRT HAUS GETS ITS UNUSUAL NAME FROM THE GERMAN ANCESTRY OF ITS OWNER. IT WAS HER WISH TO OPEN A DINNER THEATER IN AN AREA THAT DIDN'T HAVE ONE. AND TRUE TO FORM, THE FOOD THAT'S SERVED HERE TIES IN DIRECTLY WITH THE THEME OF EACH SHOW.)) [RUNS:13]
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[SOT 14:30:58 ]

((JAMIE MCGRAW/COMPANY MEMBER: THEY TRY TO CHANGE THE MENU TO GO WITH WHATEVER THE SHOW IS. LIKE WE DID "THE FOREIGNER" AND IT WAS KIND OF A SOUTHERN SHOW AND THEY HAD MORE SOUTHERN- TYPE DISHES AND ENTREES.)) [RUNS:09]
Ticket prices are 40- dollars per person, including the meal and the performance.
"Plaza Suite" is running through tomorrow...Next month, the play "Steel Magnolias" takes center stage.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Wytheville. ))
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And coming up, Virginia loses on the road at Florida State Elliott Sadler leads second round qualifying at the Rock.
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And Mark Martin takes the checkered flag at the Rock for his 11-th Busch win on the track.
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Roanoke College has swept the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.
On Monday the men's basketball team picked up the tournament championship.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Emory & Henry vs. Roanoke;]


This afternoon it was the Lady Maroons turn to pick up the conference title.
Roanoke jumped out to an 11-two lead in the first half, Carrie McConnell hits Roanoke native Cheryl Rhodes to pick up two.
Emory and Henry kept up the fight, Tammy Snyder grabs the rebound and puts in the miss. Roanoke leads 28-25 at the half.
After the break the Wasps got hot, Kelly Smith tied it at 32 with this three pointer.
[super=33-Emory & Henry/48/Roanoke College/59;]


Then Roanoke got serious Craig County's Gina Guthrei takes matters into her own hands and downs the easy lay up.
The Lady Maroons pick up Roanoke College's second ODAC Tournament Championship this week with the 59-to-48 win.
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Both the Roanoke College men's and women's basketball teams will find out tomorrow who they will play in the Division Three N-C-Double-A Tournament.

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The Virginia Cavaliers come up short on the road today losing to Florida State 71 to 64.
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[SUPER=03-Tallahassee, FL/FOX NET; :]


Steve Robinson and his Seminoles trailed by 2 at the half.
But Damous Anderson came out scoring Florida State's first 5 points of the second half to put the Noles up by 3.
Then with just over 13 minuts left in the game Majestic Mapp takes it to the hoop for the score and Virginia lead 38 to 32.
But the Seminoles went on a 10 to 2 run led by Antwuan Dixon who scores this basket to make it 40 to 39 Semioles.


The Cavaliers would keep it close as Roger Mason drives through the lane for the score to make it 50 to 49 Noles.


[SUPER=33-Florida St./71/Virginia/64/;]


Florida State slowly pulled away and the Seminoles hold on for the 71 to 64 win.
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The Blue Ridge District basketball tournament championship tips off tonight at the Salem Civic Center at 8:30. Salem takes on William Byrd.
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[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


News 7 sports has learned that the Terriers Curtis Hetherington is the Blue Ridge District player of the year. The six foot three inch senior center averaged about 17 points a game for Byrd while pulling down almost 10 rebounds per contest as well.
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[anchor=roy]
[graphic=rvd tournament time]


The Roanoke Valley District girls tournament championship between Cave Spring and Pulaski County tipped off at 5:30. Then Cave Spring and William Fleming will battle for the RVD boys title at seven. We will have all of your highlights tonight at 11.

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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Mark Martin continued to dominate the Busch Series at Rockingham today winning the Alltell 200.
It's Martin's 11-th Busch win at the Rock.
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[SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC/TNN SPORTS; :]


Martin had to dodge Tim Fedawa's car on the final lap after Fedawa hit the wall with 4 laps left in the race.
Martin pulled away by 2 seconds on the field and he would take the checkered flag after leading 151 laps of the race.
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Jeff Green was second, Ron Hornaday third, Jason Keller fourth and Jeff Burton fifth.
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