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Coming up on News 7-
A Roanoke native is shot and killed during an armed robbery in Washington D.C.
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A box containing explosives is discovered on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
And a retired minister from Salem reflects on his role in gay rights demonstration in Florida.
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News 7 is next.
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[Explosives]


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A fisherman made an unusual discovery today on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Roanoke County.
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The man was walking along a path near the Roanoke River Overlook when he found a box that he believed contained explosives.
A state police bomb technician was later notified.
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((PETE SCHULA/PARK RANGER: IT WAS FOUND IN AN OLD ROTTED BAG ON THE RAILROAD IT'S BEEN THERE FOR SOMETIME IT'S UNKNOWN HOW LONG.))
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The box did indeed contain explosives and was disposed of by state police.
But officials say at no time were they considered a threat.
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[Shooting]


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A C-I-A nuclear engineer who grew up in Roanoke was shot to death yesterday morning in Washington D.C.
28 year old John Muskopf Junior was walking home with some friends when a car pulled up and a gunman demanded money.
Officials say when Muskopf refused, the gunman shot him in the head and neck.
Muskopf was a 19-90 graduate of Patrick Henry's Governors School and attended the University of Virginia.
The Roanoke native was considered a rising star within the C-I-A.





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What started as a routine traffic stop in Salem this morning for an expired state inspection sticker turned into a high speed chase.
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Authorities say after pulling the man over they found drug parahernalia inside his car.
But before they could process the information... the man sped off taking authorities on a high sped chase down Interstate 81 and Route 460 before police cut him off in Elliston by Big Spring road.
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((TROOPER MATTHEW BRANNOCK:HE WAS GOING IN EXCESS OF 90 MILES AN HOUR SOMETIMES. WE FELL IN BEHIND HIM AT ELLISTON. HE MADE A COUPLE OF TURNS AND FELL OUT BEHIND THE RAILROAD TRACKS AND THAT'S WHERE HE BAILED OUT. WE DID A SEARCH OF THE AREA AND FOUND HIM HIDING IN A LOCAL RESIDENTS GARAGE.))
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Authorities say the man told them he had smoked marijuana earlier and swallowed 4 extacy pills during the chase.
He was taken to the hospital.
Authorities have NOT released the man's name or details on any charges.
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[Blacksburg-Fatal]


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A Lynchburg man died today after his bicycle collided with a car while competing in the Third Annual Greater Blacksburg Triathlon.
30 year old Gary Wayne Taylor died about an hour after the accident... which happened near the Virginia Tech coliseum around nine A-M.
A Virginia Tech spokesman says Taylor was pedaling North on Tech Center Drive when he collided with a car.
The triathlon was sponsored by the town of Blacksburg.


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A seperate accident in Bedford County claimed the life of one and injured another.
42-year-old Julia Elizabeth Wade was killed when her car struck head on with a Lynchburg man's car on Route 221 early yesterday morning.
Wade was a renowned piano teacher and performer.
Police believe 25-year old Justin Michael Mays was driving under the influence of alcohol.
Mays is hospitalized at Lynchburg General but his condition is not being released.


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The F-B-I is narrowing its investigation into missing nuclear secrets at a government lab in Los Alamos.
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That's the word from Energy Secretary Bill Richardson who says the disks were found behind a copier in the lab.
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((THE F-B-I IS FLYING THEM UP FOR AUTHENTICATION IT LOOKS LIKE THERE IS NO EVIDENCE THERE IS ESPIONAGE IT LOOKS LIKE THEY DIDN'T LEAVE THE X DIVISION, NONETHELESS THEY HAVE TO BE GIVEN AUTHENTICITY THEN WE WOULD KNOW IF THEY'VE BEEN TAMPERED WITH.))
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Richardson says he was outraged he wasn't notified about the missing secrets for about a month.
He also defended himself against Republican criticism that he has been lax on the job.


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A military plane based at Oceana Naval Air Station in Virginia Beach crashed today during an air show in Pennsylvania.

Officials say two people were killed but can not confirm if the victims were the plane's two crew members. Witnesses say the F-14 Tomcat went down in a wood area and exploded.




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British airports are struggling to clear a huge backlog of passengers stranded by delayed and canceled flights.
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The delays and cancellations occurred when a computer at a main air traffic control center collapsed yesterday.
That's the second time it's collapsed in a week.
The computer handles all flights entering U-K airspace.
Thousands of passengers were left facing delays of up to three hours.
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Because of the computer breakdown, staff at the National Air Traffic Control Services had to manually retrieve information and pass it to controllers.
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[Crime-Rate]


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New figures show the crime rate in Virginia continues to fall.
A legislative panel found murder and manslaughter rates dropped by 15 percent between 1998 and 1999.
Rape and property crimes were down by seven percent, while aggravated assualt was down by six percent.
Some possible reasons for the drop include a thriving economy and a smaller population of young males.




[Southern-Baptist]


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A retired Minister from Salem took part in a gay rights protest at the Southern Baptist Convention in Orlando last week.
Joy Sutton has details.
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(( Ed Harris was on the front-line -- demonstrating outside the Southern Baptist Convention in Orlando.
He says after years of keeping silent it was time to take a stand.
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((ED HARRIS: I'M A RETIRED SOUTHERN BAPTIST PREACHER. I FELT LIKE I NEEDED TO STAND-UP IN THE PLACE OF SO MANY GAY BAPTISTS))
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At the convention Southern Baptists passed a resolution that included a statement calling homosexuality a sin.
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((IT APPEARS TO ME THAT THIS IS A WAY TO ENCOURAGE ZEALOUS FOLLOWERS AND TO RAISE MONEY IN CHURCHES AND RHETORIC IS SO ABUSIVE))
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Harris was among the 28 demonstrators who were arrested outside the convention.
He says getting the message out was worth the 36 hours he spent in jail.
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((I HOPE THAT BY SPEAKING AND THE MEDIA PUBLICIZING IT CAUSES MANY OF THOSE IN THE POWER STRUCTURE OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCHES TO REALIZE THAT THIS ISN'T RIGHT.))
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Harris says non violent protesting is the way to make social change-- and he's just happy he played a part in trying to make a difference.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Salem.))




[Check-Point]


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35-hundred vehicles passed through a sobriety check point last night in Franklin County.
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State Police along with local authorities conducted the check point on Route 220 to make drivers aware that if you drink and drive you're going to jail.
A total of 32- summons and arrests were made.
Four of the arrests involved alcohol.
State police say two others involved drugs.
Authorities also arrested three people who were wanted on outstanding warrants.
Officials say they plan to set up other check points through out the summer.
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Still to come on the broadcast, We'll tell you what's next for Rubatex workers as many head back to work tomorrow.
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And a magazine about parenting founded a Lexington woman and her colleague is anything but traditional. See why it's attracting readers when we come back.
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[BrainChild]


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There is new parenting magazine out that helps explore the emotional and intellectual side of being a mom. The magazine was founded by a Lexington woman and her colleague.
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(( WE COULD EITHER DO IT LIKE THAT OR CROP IT THERE AND MAKE IT BIGGER AND FULLER. ))
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Jennifer Niesslein and Stephanie Wilkinson both have backgrounds in publishing and journalism.
Both are also first time moms.... who felt there was a market for a non-traditional magazine dealing with parenting.

A magazine that readers of the New Yorker or Harpers could relate to.
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((STEPHANIE WILKINSON: MOST ARE GEARED AROUND THE CHILD AND FILLED WITH EXPERT ADVICE...HOW TO GET KIDS TO EAT VEGETABLES AND MEDICATION AND WE'RE NOT ABOUT EXPERTS , WE'RE ABOUT MOTHERS. ))
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After a year of planning and research-- the first edition of Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers hit newsstands in April.
In it.... you'll find a variety of personal essays, reviews and cartoons.
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((JENNIFER NIESSLEIN: WE ASKED THE WRITERS WE KNOW TO CONTRIBUTE STORIES AND IDEAS AND WE ALSO HAD AN AD IN POETS AND WRITERS CALLING FOR SUBMISSIONS.))
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Some of the essays are humorous others are more serious.
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((JENNIFER NIESSLEIN: BARBARA KINGSOLVER IS ONE OF OUR CONTRIBUTORS, SHE WRITES THIS INTERESTING ESSAY ABOUT THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INDEPENDENCE AND ORNERINESS AND THE FINE LINE BETWEEN THE TWO.... WE ALSO HAVE FICTION, BOOK REVIEWS.))


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((THIS IS A GOOD ONE, IT'S ABOUT A WOMAN WHO'S BOTH CATHOLIC AND WORKED FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD.))
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The pair plan to publish Brain, Child four times a year.
Their second issue should hit select newsstands later this summer.
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((STEPHANIE WILKINSON: I ALWAYS THOUGHT SOMEWHERE DOWN THE LINE I'D DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS AND THIS SUDDENLY BECAME THE THING I DID AND I'M REALLY HAPPY ABOUT IT.))
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Because the magazine is in its infancy-- for now, it's only available in a few stores in Charlottesville, Lexington and Harrisonburg. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7.))
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The pair do have a toll free number for copies and subscriptions.
It's 888-304- MOMS
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[TAKE WEB SITE FULL SCREEN]
You can also access their web site by checking the Webwatch section of our website at wdbj7 dot com.
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[Rubatex]


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Striking Rubatex workers will be back on the job tomorrow after nine months on the picket line.
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The Union employees will be going back to work under the terms of their old contract while negotiations continue for a new contract.
The Union's president says this is an attempt to save the company financially.
No word yet on just how many workers will be coming back -- or what will happen to the replacement workers.
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[Celanese]


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Tomorrow morning Celanese and union leaders will be sitting down at the bargaining table to discuss a new three year contract.
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Yesterday union leaders agreed to come to the bargaining table with the company. The main issues are over wages, pension, insurance, and mandatory overtime. The union had originally said members would strike tomorrow at 11 p-m if a new contract could not be reached.
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We'll bring you the latest on contract negotiations tomorrow on News 7 at 5 and 6.




[Feedback]


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The ongoing debate over who is more detrimental on Interstate 81, the truckers or the motorists, is the focus of our viewer mail.
Assignment editor Joe McKean has more in this week's Feedback.
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((A viewer from Christiansburg [Curtis H. Stepp] weighed in on the side of truckers.
"I would much rather go off Christiansburg Mountain, for example, between two 18 wheelers than to go off between two SUV's. It seems that title to the vehicle gives so many of the owners title to the highway.
Drive from Christiansburg to Roanoke on I-81 and study tire marks from dual wheels where some trucker has had to lock his vehicle down to keep from climbing on the back of some vehicle that cuts him off at an exit ramp...Total time saved by such capers will usually save the vehicle a total of two seconds.
Yes, you'll occasionally find a bad apple in any barrel, but I'll take my chances with the truckers."
If you have a point you'd like to drive home about our news coverage or issues in the news, here's how to do it.
The mailing address is PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
By fax, the number is 343-7269.
Email goes to news@wdbj7.com.
And you'll find a moderated online forum at our website, wdbj7.com.
Joe McKean, News-7.))


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Did you remember to call your father today?
Coming up... we'll show you how some honored their loved ones this Father's Day.
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And scientists come across a mummy that's more than 1 thousand years old, but that wasn't their only find. The details when we return.
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An ancient mummy that is said to be one thousand seven hundred years old was discovered in Jordan.
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The preserved body was discovered near the capital Amman. Scientist believe it's a male who died when he was 25 to 30 years old. But the mummy wasn't the only discovery scientists found three very rare mosaics and some pottery.
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[Explore-Park]


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Dad's got in free today at Explore Park in Roanoke in honor of Father's Day.
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Also in celebration of Father's Day... members of the Highland Chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America displayed their bikes.
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((TOM ZWRLINSKI: WE THOUGHT A LOT OF FATHERS WOULD BE INTERESTED IN OLD MOTORCYCLES BEING THAT THEIR FATHERS MAY HAVE RODE OLD MOTORCYCLES. WE JUST WANTED THE PUBLIC TO SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER))
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((tell me why you thought he would like this.BECAUSE MY BROTHER LIKES MOTORCYCLES AND MAYBE DAD WOULD WANT TO SEE THE MOTORCYCLES))
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All of the motorcycles are more than 35 years old.
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[Vietnam-Wall]


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In Washington D.C.--- Father's Day wasn't as happy for some.
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Many who lost their fathers during the Vietnam War came to the Memorial to remember their loved ones. At the base of the wall many laid flowers and other items with the word dad on them.
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It could be the best performance ever on a golf course. Tiger Woods smashing a series of records on the way to a remarkable victory at the U-S open.
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Woods played the front nine at even par.
Then he turned it up on the back nine with four birdies at Pebble Beach. He finished with a 4 under par 67 12 under for the tournament.
Tiger's 272 total ties the record for the lowest score in Open history. He's the first player in the 106 year history of the open to finish 72 holes in double digits under par.
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((TIGER WOODS/U.S. OPEN WINNER: IT'S AN INCREDIBLE FEELING TO BE OUR NATIONS OPEN CHAMPION AND SOMETHING THAT WE ALL OS KIDS WHO PLAY GOLF AND WO WANT TO ASPIRE TO BECOME PROFESSIONALS THIS IS WHAT WE LOOK FORWARD TO PLAYING OUR NATIONS OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP AND HOPEFULLY ONE DAY WINNING AND TO COME OUT THIS WEEK AND WIN IT ON FATHERS DAY. I CAN'T WAIT TO GET THIS THING TO MY DAD AND LET HIM RUB IT A LITTLE BIT.))
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Ernie Els and Miguel Angel Jimenez tied for second place at 3 over.


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The Salem Avalanche finished the first half of the Carolina League season on a winning note beating Winston-Salem 6 to 2.
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The sun finally broke through the clouds at Salem Memorial this afternoon.
Trailing 1 to nothing, Winston-Salem's Kevin Connacher hits this shot down the third base line scoring a run and the game was tied at 1 to 1.
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The Avalanche rallied Chone Figgins hits the liner down the left field line for a double Choo Freeman scores to make it 2 to 1 Avalanche. Figgins was thrown out trying to make it to third but the Avalanche wins it 6 to 2.
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John Rocker got his first major league save in a month as the Braves beat Philadelphia 5 to 3.
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The fans celebrating fathers day in Philly this afternoon.
Philadelphia scored in the first inning. Pat Burrell doubles to left field Doug Glanville scored when a fan interferred with the ball and the Phillies took the 1 to nothing lead.
[SUPER=35-Atlanta/5/Philadelphia/3/;]


But the Braves came back in the seventh. Chipper Jones singles to right field Andruw Jones scores to make it 4 to 1 and Atlanta wins it 5 to 3.
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The Orioles hosted Anaheim at Camden Yard today.
Leading 2 to nothing, Troy GlauS belts this three run homer over the left centerfield wall on top of the bullpen and the Angels took the 5 to 2 lead.
[SUPER=35-Anaheim/8/Baltimore/6/;]


The Angels sealed the win when Darin Erstad sends this pitch over the right centerfield wall for a two run homer and the Angels win it 8 to 6.
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The White Sox routed the Yankees in New York.
Chicago scored nine times in the top of the first and that was enough for the 17 to 4 win.
And here are the rest of the scores.
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The athletes performing this week at the Roanoke Valley Horse Show are high priced and some of the best in the country.
A clinic for horses, also one of the best in the country, recently opened and Denise Allen tells us Serenity Equine is helping horses and owners beat a deadly affliction called laminitis.
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Dr. Andrea Floyd is in the process of saving a life. Laminitis had crippled Peanut. The Arabian had one hoof in the grave when she arrived at Serenity Equine.
Simply put, laminitis or "founder" is the inflammation of the tendons holding the coffin bone and hoof together. This causes an unnatural rotation and in severe cases the coffin bone will penetrate the sole of the foot.
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Peanut traveled to Bedford County from Virginia's eastern shore on March fourth. Surgery is one of the first steps in treatment.
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Dr. Floyd can then rotate the foot back to its normal position. The legs are wrapped so the tendons can grow back. Patients stay here three to six months. During that time the hooves aren't the only things the staff has to treat.
Some of these horses have been in pain for years and in some case have re-learn how walk and be prompted to remember what life was like before the illness.
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Dr. Floyd has received calls from Canada and expects, by next year she'll be treating patients from Europe.
Denise Allen News 7 Sports.))


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For the first time in 27 years a race has been postponed at Long Pond, Pennsylvania.
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Rain and fog covered the Pocono Raceway today forcing NASCAR to postpone the Pocono 500 until tomorrow.
Crews were working on drying the track after the rain ended but a heavy fog covered the track and visibility was at a minimun.
NASCAR has rescheduled the race for tomorrow mornin at 10.
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When the green flag drops Rusty Wallace will lead the field from the pole with John Andretti on the outside.



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