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Just ahead on NEWS 7.
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The pilot of a plane that crashes in Bedford County describes the terrifying moments leading up to the accident... and why he believes he and his passengers are still alive.
And-- how a four hour standoff with police in Bedford comes to an end.
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[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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In sports, The N-C-Double-A tennis tournament opened at Tech today Washington and Lee prepares for the second round of the Division Three lacrosse playoffs.
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[VO-NAT]


And Tim Fedewa dedicates his win at New Hampshire to Adam Petty, who was killed in a crash yesterday during busch practice.
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Strong storms rolling through the area are breaking a week long heat wave. A check of the doppler radar and the look at the record book coming up. [open]
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[SOT 4:36]
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((IT WAS SLOW MOTION YOU SAW EVERY BRANCH COMING BY YOU. IT'S REALLY A STRANGE SENSATION))
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[VO-NAT]


The pilot of a plane that crashes in Bedford County walks away with minor injuries.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]


Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.



[Plane-Crash]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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The pilot's two passengers also survived the crash.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN MAP]
It happened this morning just off route- 835 as the pilot was attempting to land at a private air strip.
Joy Sutton has more.
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(( This small vintage plane clipped several trees and a power line before it finally stopped.
The pilot Gary Green walked away with only a few scratches after climbing out the windshield -- and his two passengers also got out of the plane with minor injuries.
Green believes this plane was his saving grace.
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[SOT 5:40]
[IN Q=It's a 1956 piper]

((GARY GREEN/PILOT: IT'S A 1956 PIPER ... IT'S ALL FABRIC. IT TOOK AN IMPACT THAT'S JUST UNBELIEVABLE. IT'S BENT ALL OVER THE PLACE IT GAVE ENOUGH TO CUSHION IT . I DON'T THINK A METAL AIRCRAFT WOULD'VE BEEN THAT FORGIVING))
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Green says he was trying to land the plane on the air strip -- but ran out of space.
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((WE ATTEMPTED TO DO A GO AROUND. THAT'S WHEN YOU PUSH THE THROTTLE ALL THE WAY IN BUT NOTHING HAPPENED))
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Green says he had no other choice but to head into the woods -- while trying to keep the nose of the plane-up.
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[IN Q=unfortunately we clipped]

((UNFORTUNATELY WE CLIPPED THE POWER WIRE IT PULLED THE NOSE DOWN A BIT, WHATEVER CAUSED THE ROTATION RIGHT HERE AND WE CAME DOWN. WE WERE VERY LUCKY CAUSE THERE'S A BIG TREE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PLANE))
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Green says it will be hard to replace his vintage plane -- but he's hopeful that he will be able to salvage some of the parts.
But he says the most important thing is that everyone survived.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Bedford County.))



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A Bedford man is behind bars tonight following a four hour stand-off with authorites.
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It happened around 9-30 last night at this home on Woodside Avenue.
Authorities say it started when 25 year old Damon Andrews threatened officers with a shotgun -- after they confronted him about a disturbance at another house in the neighborhood.
That's when officers called for back-up.
Tactical teams surrounded the home -- while negotiators attempted to talk to Andrews.
It ended when Andrews fled from the back of the house -- where he was confronted by authorities.
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[SOT 20:49:13]
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((HE WAS ORDERED TO DROP THE SHOT GUN. HE BROUGHT THE SHOT GUN UP AND POINTED IT AT ONE OF THE DEPUTIES. THE DEPUTY FIRED THREE ROUNDS AT THE INDIVIDUAL AT THAT POINT HE FELL AND WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY))
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Andrews was not shot -- but he was taken to the hospital for minor injuries, where he was treated and taken to jail.

He now faces several charges... including attempting to kill a law enforcement officer.
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[Shooting]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=kwe]
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A shooting in Galax has left one man dead.
It happened on North Main Street around 10 o'clock last night.
36 year old Thomas Turcios suffered a gun shot wound and died early this morning.
Police have arrested 32 year old Arnulfo Quintero of East Webster Street.
He's charged him with first degree murder.
Quintero is being held at the New River Regional Jail in Dublin without bond.



[Gun-Buyback]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=kwe]
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Roanoke City police spent another day trading gifts for guns.
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Today officers were at the Fire and EMS station on 24-th street in the Northwest section of town.
Anyone who brings in a gun receives a 50 dollar gift certificate to Tanglewood Mall.
Officers say the guns are destroyed after they are collected.
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((ROBIN YOUNG: THEY'RE GOING TO BE MELTED DOWN NO ONE IS GOING TO BE ABLE TO GET THESE GUNS AGAIN THEY'RE GOING TO BE MELTED DOWN SO THESE GUNS WON'T GET BACK ON THE STREETS.))
[SUPER=01-Robin Young/Roanoke Police Dept.]
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137 guns were collected today.
The next gun buy back will be held next Saturday at the Fire and EMS station on Jamison Avenue in Southeast Roanoke.
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The Republican Party in the fifth district is embracing Independent Congressman Virgil Goode.
Today the party pledged to support the former Democrat for re-election this fall.
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The state party's executive director says the convention's unanimous vote to endorse Goode means the party will include him on direct mail, signs and other promotions encouraging voters to support George W- Bush and Senate candidate George Allen.
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A new beginning for students at Virginia Tech.
Coming up--- we'll take you the university's 128th commencement.
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And the hot weather isn't bothering residents at Morningside Manor any longer... We'll tell you why after the break.
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Residents at Morningside Manor in Roanoke are feeling cool air through the vents again.
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More than 100 disabled and elderly people living in the six story public housing complex were without air conditioning for two days.
The compressor in the air conditioning unit had broken.
But this morning a temporary chiller unit from North Carolina began running.
58 fans were brought in yesterday to keep residents cool overnight.
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The president of Danville Regional Medical Center is saying goodbye after nine years.
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Larry DePriest (de-PRIEST), doesn't know what the future holds. He hasn't even started looking for a new job. He says it was just time for a change.
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((LARRY DEPRIEST/DANVILLE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER CEO:IT'S BEEN A GOOD EXPERIENCE, ITS BEEN REWARDING, IT'S BEEN CHALLENGING AND I THINK IT'S TIME FOR NEW LEADERSHIP. IT'S TIME FOR SOMEBODY ELSE TO HAVE A CHANCE TO BRING SOME BETTER IDEAS, NEW IDEAS AND SOME NEW DIRECTIONS.))
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DePriest's last day is July first but he will continue his term as Chairman of the Virginia Hospital and Health Association.
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A new chapter began today for more than five thousand students.
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This morning-- friends and family gathered in Blacksburg as diplomas were awarded to the most recent class of graduates at Virginia Tech.
Nearly 52- hundred diplomas were awarded.
Closing remarks were given by the treasurer of the class of two-thousand.
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((LET US REMEMBER THAT WE HAVE BUT ONE CHANCE ON EARTH TO DEDICATE OURSELVES TO THE TASK OF HELPING OUR FELLOW MAN AND IF WE GIVEN OF OURSELVES WE GIVE THE MOST APPRECIATIVE GIFT AND THE ONE GIFT THAT NO SUM OF MONEY CAN POSSIBLY BUY.))
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The university also honored Staunton native, Jack Guynn (Gwen) with the school's University Distinguished Achievement Award.
Guynn (Gwen) is chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta.
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Sensible gun laws.... or making it harder for law abiding citizens to own guns.
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Coming up.... we'll have both sides of the issue as folks in our area prepare for the Million Mom March.
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Tomorrow is Mother's Day---


But thousands will be spending the day in a different way this year.
They'll be marching on the National Mall in Washington D.C. as part of the Million Mom March.
One woman in Roanoke has taken it upon herself to organize a group of women to head up for the march while others disagree with their belief in sensible gun laws.
Kate Weidaw introduces us to the two sides of the Million Mom March.
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((CODE SIZEMORE: WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOU EVER SEE A GUN, DO YOU TOUCH IT? NO.))
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Code Sizemore has made it a point to teach her two children the dangers of guns. But she's never been an activist about gun safety until now.

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((CODE SIZEMORE: AFTER COLUMBINE AFTER THE TRAGEDY THERE I WAS SO UPSET AND I REALLY WANTED TO DO SOMETHING THEN BUT I THOUGHT I'M JUST ONE PERSON WHAT COULD I POSSIBLE DO TO CHANGE ANYTHING.))
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Then she heard about a group of women organizing the Million Mom March -- that's when she took it upon herself to find women in Roanoke who wanted to tell Congress they need to pass more sensible gun laws. So far over 60 women and children from Roanoke have signed up. Code says when 200-thousand women walk on the mall Sunday it could make a difference.

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((IT WILL SORT OF BRING A CHANGE TO THE WAY PEOPLE THINK. MAYBE SOMEBODY WHO HAS A GUN AND WHO HAS CHILDREN WILL THINK MAYBE I SHOULD GET A SAFETY LOCK FOR MY GUN AND POSSIBLE THAT COULD SAVE A CHILD'S LIFE.))
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Besides safety locks on guns, the Million Mom March is an effort to ask Congress for [take pre-pro] all handgun owners to be licensed and be required to register their weapon. A sensible "cooling off" period and extensive background checks for any individual who wants to purchase a weapon. Limit purchases of handguns to one per month. This law is already on the books in Virginia. And finally requiring all officers of the law to assume a no nonsense approach in enforcing existing gun laws.
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((SHERRY ANDERSON: WHAT THEY NEED TO DO IS NOT RESTRICT THE RIGHT OF LAW ABIDING CITIZENS ANY FURTHER.))
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Sherry Anderson has been handling guns for 15 years. She's a member of the NRA as well as the manager of On Target in Roanoke County. Sherry says more guns laws will only affect law abiding citizens.

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((SHERRY ANDERSON: WHY SHOULD I BE RESTRICTED TO BUYING ONE HANDGUN A MONTH IF I HANDLE ONE HAND GUN RESPONSIBLY, SEE WHAT I'M SAYING, IF I HANDLE ON RESPONSIBLY WHY CAN'T I HANDLE TWO.))
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((SHERRY ANDERSON: I DON'T AGREE WITH TRIGGER LOCKS BECAUSE IF YOU NEED TO USE ANY KIND OF WEAPON FOR SELF DEFENSE ESPECIALLY A HAND GUN THEN YOU HAVE TO HAVE IT ACCESSIBLY RIGHT THERE.))
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And when both sides take their interests on gun control to Washington D.C. they're hoping Congress will listen. Kate Weidaw News 7.))
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Kate Weidaw will be at the Million Mom March tomorrow following the group of women from Roanoke. We'll have the story tomorrow on News 7 at 6 and 11.



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And coming up, Scores and Highlights from Major League Baseball The Lady Maroons of Roanoke College were on the Diamond today.
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And we'll check in on the N-C-Double-A tennis tournament at Virginia Tech's Burrows-Burleson Tennis Center.
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After a moment of silence forr Adam Petty, Killed in a crash at the New Hampshire Speedway yesterday, The Busch drivers went to work in the Busch 200.
[GRAPHIC=Busch logo]


Tim Fedewa would lead 152 of 200 laps and take the checkered flag winning the race from the pole position.
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[SUPER=03-Loudon, NH/TNN SPORTS; :]


Fedewa led 109 of the first 124 laps as he waited for the re-start after the sixth caution of the day.
The action picked up with about 10 laps to go. The leader Buckshot Jones runs out of gas and heads to the pits.

Then on the very next lap a crash that included Dick Trickle brought out the caution and the red Flag while the crews cleaned debris on the track.
Fedewa would take the lead on the very first lap after the re-start and he takes the checkered flag dedicating the victory to Adam Petty.
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((TIM FEDEWA/BUSCH 200 WINNER: ADAM WASN'T MYY BEST FRIEND BUT HE WAS A HECK OF AN ACQUANTANCE AND MADE YOU FEEL LINE HE WAS YOUR BEST FRIEND AND I KNOW YOU FELL THE SAME WAY AND EVERYBODY ELSE DOES SO JUST LIKE TO DEDICATE IT TO ADAM AND THE PETTY FAMILY MAYBE IT WILL MAKE THEM A LITTLE BIT HAPPIER.))
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Jeff Green was second, Jason Keller third, Todd Bodine fourth and Hank Parker Junior fifth.

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Jose Macias had three hits to lead Detroit to a 6 to 3 win over the New York Yankees.
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[SUPER=03-Detroit, MI/WNYW; :]


Derek Jeter getting the day off in the Motor City.
New York got on the board in the first. Scott Brosius hits this grounder to the left side of the field scoring Tino Martinez and the Yankees led the game 1 to nothing.
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The Tigers scored 4 in the second. Two of the runs crossed the plate as Macias hits this line drive to right field to make it 2 to 1 and the Tigers win it 6 to 3.
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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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The Orioles and Red Sox hooked up at Camden Yard today let's check that and the rest of the afternoon scores from Major League baseball.
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Roanoke College advances to the championship game of the Division Three Atlantic Regional.
The Lady Maroons beat Cabrini by a score of 3 to 2. We'll have the highlights at 11.
[GRAPHIC=softball logo]


Meantime, U-Mass wins its sixth consecutive Atlantic 10 Championship title beating Virginia Tech 6 to nothing.
And Radford beats Charleston Southern 2 to 1 in the Big South.



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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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Some of the best collegiate tennis players took the court in Blacksburg today as Virginia Tech hosted NCAA first and second round matches.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/VCU vs. UVA;]


The first match of the day was Number 19 VCU against number 38 UVA.
Four ranked players took the court in the number one and two singles matches.
Second ranked Daniel Anderson of VCU squared off against fourth ranked Cavalier Brian Vahaly. Vahaly won first set 7-6.
On court number two, VCU's 17th ranked Frank Mosher duked it out with Wahoo Huntley Montgomery who's 66th in the nation. In this one, Mosher won first set 6-4.
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[Anchor=Roy]
[ss=hold]


Mosher and Vahaly didn't have to complete their matches because V-C-U as a team won 4 to nothing.
Number 13 Mississippi played number 67 VirginiaTech. Mississippi advances with the 4 to Love win.


[S-Generals]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=sma]
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[GRAPHIC=Lacrosse]


Washington & Lee University's men's lacrosse team battles Gettysburg tomorrow at three o'clock in Pennsylvania in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Division III tournament.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington; :00]


The Generals spanked Kenyon 22 to 4 this past Wednesday at Wilson Field to reach the second round. A win over Gettysburg would put W & L into the final four for the first time since 1987. The Bullets handed the 15 and 1 Generals their only loss of the season back on March 12th.
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((JIM STAGNITTA/W 7 L HEAD COACH:)) ((WES HAYS/W & L JUNIOR GOALIE:))
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