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Today on News 7, a 40 car pileup has traffic blocked on Interstate 77 in Carroll County. We'll have the latest.
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Plus community leaders in Lynchburg say that city's police department used too much force during a recent confrontation with a local woman.
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Nature continues to put on quite a weather show today with big thunderstorms and strong winds. We will check the progress of the storms in just a moment.

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Plus we'll have a live interview with a central Virgina actor who is the star of his own sitcom,
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and on Health Check, we'll tell you what a Doula is and what they do to help deliver babies.
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[5-Hillsville]


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A major pileup on Interstate 77 in Carroll County has closed the southbound lanes near Hillsville. [Take map]
State Police officials say some 40 cars and two tractor trailers were involved. There are reports of injuries Rachel Cannon is near the scene and she joins us now by Phone. [TAKE RACHEL PHONE GRAPHIC]
Rachel, what can you tell us about the accident.

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Traffic is being rerouted along a portion of Route 220- in Botetourt County while hazmat crews clean up a diesel fuel spill.
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A tractor trailer carrying diesel fuel overturned in the median spilling approximately 75- hundred gallons, north of Daleville. Southbound traffic can detour around the area by using Trinity Road to reach Route eleven. Only one northbound lane is open.
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[5-Seat-belt]


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We all know seat belts save lives- so why aren't many Americans wearing them?
New figures show an alarming number of drivers don't buckle up.. but Drivers Beware-
As Aleen Sirgany reports... if you don't buckle up you may have to pay.
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(( THE STUDY SHOWS THE U.S RANKS BEHIND NEARLY EVERY OTHER DEVELOPED COUNTRY WHEN IT COMES TO SEAT BELT USE.
I will put it on right now the seat belt. You dont think its safer to wear your seat belt? A hundred percent safe. THE NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL AGREES. BUT FINDS MANY PEOPLE ARENT BUCKLING UP. Alan McMillan/NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL Never has mediocrity been so deadly for a nation. We are needlessly killing kids and disrupting and destroying families on our highways. THE SAFETY COUNCIL STUDY SHOWS THAT PEOPLE USE SEAT BELTS MORE OFTEN IN THE 18 STATES WHERE DRIVERS CAN GET TICKETED FOR NOT BUCKLING UPAND FOR THAT REASON, THE GROUP SAYS, THERE WERE FEWER TRAFFIC FATALITIES IN THOSE STATES. ALEEN SIRGANY REPORTING More than a third of the states received a below average grade. Nineteen states got ds and fs. CALIFORNIA TOPS THE LISTBEING THE ONLY STATE TO RECEIVE A SOLID A. THE TOP FIVE ALSO INCLUDES NEW MEXICO, WASHINGTON D.C, OREGON, AND MICHIGAN. THE WORST FIVE STATES? TENNESSEE, THE DAKOTAS, MISSISSIPPI AND IDAHOALL GETTING A FLUNKING GRADE. Why arent you wearing your seat belt? I just forget sometimes. How often do you wear your seat belt? Every time I get into the car. HOPING YOULL DO THE SAME, POLICE ARE SETTING UP CHECKPOINTS ACROSS THE COUNTRY FOR THE UPCOMING MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))


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On July 1st, Virginia's new Teen Driving Law will ban most teens from driving between midnight and 4 a-m ... and for those who count on driving themselves or catching a ride with friends- the new law may put the brakes on a late-night social life. [TWO SHOT ACROSS THE DESK JEAN/JEN;]
News 7's Jennifer Miele is in our studio tonight with that story. Jen.
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Jean, as you probably know, it's prom season.... thousands of teens will get behind the wheel -- and many stay out AFTER midnight.
But this is the LAST year prom-goers under the age of 19 will be able to drive around all night.
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(( It's prom night for Stephanie Henderson, a 17-year-old junior at Cave Spring High School.
Her plans.... prom, after prom, then after after prom back at her house.
To do that, Stephanie and her friends will have to drive after midnight -- and this is the last year that will be legal.
Stephanie says prom won't be the only event that will be limited by Virginia's new teen driving restrictions.

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((STEPHANIE HENDERSON: BAND PRACTICE, WE COME BACK AND WE HAVE A PARTY USUALLY AT ONE PERSON'S HOUSE. JUST A BUNCH OF KIDS DANCING AROUND. WE GET to HOME AT 12 OR 1 O'CLOCK.))
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The new legislation also raises the age for getting a driver's license from 16 to 16 and three months, and limits the number of passengers a teen driver can have in the car to three.
While Stephanie's mom isn't so thrilled about the new law, her dad says the passenger restriction is a good idea. [18:27:52] ((BOB HENDERSON: IT'S TOUGH ENOUGH WHEN YOU HAVE TO CONTROL THE VEHICLE, TAKE IN ALL THE INFORMATION FROM THE DASH BOARD, CLIMATE CONTROL SOUND AND THE CELLULAR PHONE. AND THEN WHEN YOU ADD THREE MORE PASSENGERS IN THE CAR. HOW CAN YOU DRIVE?))
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The debate continues as to whether the law will actually modify behavior... will kids stop driving after midnight... and will the number of teen driving accidents decline? [TWO SHOT ACROSS THE DESK;]
We'll hear more on that tonight at 6.

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Lynchburg police say they're looking into a complaint that one of their officers pepper- sprayed a woman unnecessarily two weeks ago.
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Arnetha Saunders says police handcuffed her son after mistaking him for a car theft suspect.
When she objected, Saunders claims the officer shoved her then used pepper spray to subdue her.
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((ARNETHA SAUNDERS/MOTHER: I MEAN, HE USED RACIAL SLURS TO MY SON, KEEPING HIM IN THE BACK OF THE VEHICLE, NOT EVEN ACKNOWLEDGING ME WHEN I TOLD HIM MY SON HAS ASTHMA. MY SON WAS VERY UPSET, SCREAMING AND CALLING MY NAME OUT AND HE JUST IGNORED HIM.)) ((GARNELL STAMPS/LYNCHBURG NAACP: WE BELIEVE THAT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT FAILED MISERABLY IN HANDLING THIS CASE. TO PEPPER SPRAY A WOMAN, WHO WAS WITH HER CHILDREN, A MARRIED WOMAN WITH HER NATURAL CHILDREN ON THE STREETS OF LYNCHBURG ON A HOT NIGHT.))
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Police chief Charles Bennett says his department is investigating the complaint.
Minority leaders say the incident is one of several they are monitoring to see if there is a pattern of misconduct within the police department.
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Coming up next on the newscast, we'll meet a woman who helps expecting parents with the delivery of their babies,
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[VO] and we'll speak live with Anthony Clark as the star of the C-B-S sitcom, "Yes Dear" talks about his ties to Central Virginia.
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In Health Check tonight,
Before the days of hospital deliveries --- women often relied on other women to coach them through the birthing pr

ocess.
And that option is still available today.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us --some families are now hiring "doulas" to play that role.
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Jean,
A Doula is woman who has training in child birth and different techniques to deal with pain.
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She usually starts meeting with the family --in the mom's seventh month and she is there during the entire labor process.
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((
Two weeks ago--the Dogans had their first child Keelan.
Erin was in labor for 14 hours. She and her husband Josh --say they couldn't have done it --without their doula --Jamie Swann.
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((ERIN DOGAN: SHE PUT ME IN THE SHOWER, HAD ME WALKING AROUND. MY WHOLE LABORING PROCESS WAS GREAT AND WOULDN'T DO IT AGAIN WITHOUT JAMIE THERE)) [RUNS09]
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((JOSH DOGAN: IT GAVE ME MORE TIME TO WORRY ABUT HER PAIN --WHAT SHE WAS GOING THROUGH INSTEAD OF WORRYING ABOUT WHAT I COULD DO TO TAKE AWAY THE PAIN. THAT'S WHY JAMIE WAS THERE TO HELP ME MAKE THOSE DECISIONS)) [RUNS13]
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In fact --the role of the Doula is to be there during the entire labor process --to teach the dad or other family members techniques to help mom --and to act as advocate for the family.
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((BECAUSE THE DOCTORS AND NURSES ARE SO BUSY. SOMETIMES THEY DON'T HAVE TIME TO FULL EXPLAIN WHAT'S HAPPENING, WHAT A CERTAIN TECHNOLOGY OR INTERVENTION IS, SO THE DOULA CAN BE THERE TO SAY THIS IS WHAT THIS IS, WHAT THE BENEFITS ARE WHAT ARE THE RISKS)) [RUNS18]
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And studies have shown that women who have a doula reduce their chances of having a c-section, reduce their need for pain medication, increase their breast feeding rates, and have fewer incidents of post-partum depression.
The doula even comes for a post-partum visit -to make sure the new family is adjusting to their new life.
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((JOSH DOGAN: IT'S LIKE HAVING ANOTHER FRIEND THERE THAT YOU CAN TRUST COMPLETELY--AND THAT PERSON KNOWS EXACTLY WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE AND HOW TO DO IT)) [RUNS08]
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The cost for a doula in our area is between 2 and 4-hundred dollars.
For more information about doula's you can find a link to their website on our webpage and wdbj7-dot-com.
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Jean

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It is a TV show about marriage.. children and saying yes dear.. yes dear..
In fact that's the name of the show - YES DEAR.. that airs here on your hometown station.
But did you know the lead character is played by an actor from this part of Virginia?
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Anthony Clark is from Glady's- He plays Greg Warner on the CBS comedy.
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((NAT SOUND CLOSING BOOK... COME ON SAMMY YOU'RE OLD MAN'S HAD A HARD DAY. SEE.. DADDY LIKES IT. NAT: SPITS OUT FOOD.. WHAT THE HELL IS YOUR MOTHER DOING TO YOU? LAUGHTER.))
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You may also know Clark from the NBC comedy Boston Common from a few years ago-
Joining us from KCBS studios in Los Angeles.. is Anthony Clark-

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Up next, Robin Reed will tell us when we can expect to see the sun again,
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[VO] and if you have a S-U-V, you'll want to stay tuned. 50 thousand new models are being recalled.
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Coming up after this break, Ford has more problems with the tires on its new Explorers,
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[vo-nat] and we'll tell you what Ben Affleck is doing in a very real Boot Camp.
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[5-Alzheimers]


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Alzheimers patients now have a new place to turn in Southside.
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"Seasons at the Woodview" is a special care assisted living facility designed to take care of people who are in the early to middle stages of Alzheimer's disease.
It houses 16-private rooms, a common activity room and kitchen which are all located within short distance of their rooms.
Administrators believe the setup ensures the safety and independence of the patients.
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((CONNIE ZAMORA/HALIFAX REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM'S: THEY EASILY GET LOST EVEN IN FAMILIAR SURROUNDINGS. FAMILIAR FACES ARE SOMEWHAT FAMILIAR TO THEM BUT THEY JUST CANNOT PLACE WHO THAT PERSON IS. AND SO ITS VERY IMPORTANT TO KEEP THEM FROM GETTING LOST, TO HELP THEM BE ABLE TO SEE WHAT THEY NEED TO DO NEXT AND WHERE THEY NEED TO MOVE TO NEXT.))
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All staff members are specially trained in taking care of Alzhemier's patients.
Seasons at Woodview officially opens June 16th.
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After working together for nearly one hundred years, Bridgestone-Firestone says it will no longer provide tires to Ford.
The relationship apparently never recovered after the recall last year of millions of Firestone tires linked to 174 deaths. Most of the problems were with tires on Ford vehicles.
Firestone's chief John Lampe (LAM'-pee) says the decision is in the best interest of his company, employees and customers.
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Meanwhile Ford is announcing another recall of Ford Explorers and Mercury Mountaineers.
Fifty thousand of the 2002 models could have tire problems.
A conveyor belt in Louisville, Kentucky may have left five to nine inch cuts in the tires.
A Ford spokesman says the problem is only cosmetic.
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Good afternoon everyone the workweek ticker starts off on the diamond, where another champion was crowned in Salem today.
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The weather wreaked havoc on the NC-Double-A Division Two Softball Tournament.
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Crews worked many extra hours to keep the field playable at the Moyer Sports Complex.
An extra game had to be worked in this morning, but the championship game got off without a hitch.
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Early this afternoon Lewis University and Nebraska-Omaha were the two teams left after that long hard run.
The Mavericks would get all they would need in the first inning as Kelly Moats hit just behind short and Jenny Redlinger scores.
Tiffany Jones pops out, but Lewis makes the bad throw to the plate and another Nebraska-Omaha run comes home.
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Still in the first, Sarah Scheppers gets the double to center, two more runs score and that's the way it would end. The Mavericks win the Division Two National Championship four to zero.
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Three area high schools students are getting a helping hand from the Virginia Blue Ridge Chapter of the BYU Management Society.
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Today the Brigham Young Alumni organization sponsored its annual golf tournament at Hanging Rock Golf Club.
Three 1000-dollar scholarships were awarded to students from Lord Botetourt, William Fleming and Gretna.
The winners were chosen for their academic success, character and community service.
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Each year the group brings in a famous BYU graduate. Golf Pro Mike Reid is this year's special guest. He held a clinic for area players.
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Tonight on News 7 at 6, Mike Reid weighs in on Tiger Woods and surviving the frustrating game of golf. Plus, if you think the recent rain has had an effect on your yard wait until you get a look at Lane Stadium!

Take care everyone.[5-Pearl-Harbor]


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One of the most anticipated and hyped summer movies will have its premiere tonight in Hawaii.
Chris Lawrence spent some time with both the stars of Pearl Harbor and the survivors of the real thing.
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((Narr: For the survivors it's a chance to go back in time:
Nat Sot: Movie...(Dec 7th 1941 a date which will live in infamy)

SOT: Richard Fisk/Pearl Harbor Survivor

"I have never know fear like that in my whole life when I saw the Arizona explode"
Narr: For the stars an opportunity to see the place where more than a thousand dead men are still entombed under water.

SOT: Dan Aykroyd, "Pearl Harbor"

"I'm taking my family to the Arizona memorial."
Narr: Just a few hundred feet away from that wreck - a nuclear powered air-craft carrier has pulled in to host the first movie premier aboard a navy ship.

SOT: Dan Aykroyd/"Pearl Harbor"

"I think it's really gonna hit home when we watch the film right here in the actual waters where the attack took place."
Bridge:CHRIS LAWRENCE ON CAMERA; Shooting here in Pearl Harbor at the heart of the attack gave the film a sense of realism but the stars need to take it one stop further.
Nat Sot..do you understand - yes sir- no sir.
Narr: Ben Affleck and other stars spent days in boot camp training under real army rangers.
Chris Lawrence Q: "Did you ever go home at the end of one of these days and say man - what did I get myself in to ? Ben Affleck Ans: (NOTE: Camera is over Ben's shoulder/we see profile) ANS: Most days as a matter of fact."
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(COVERED) " It helped me to see who I am without the (ON CAMERA) rest of

the world ..who you are without your job , without your relationships."
Narr: Surivors, stars and sailors... they'll all find out Monday if "Pearl Harbor" can pull off a rare double feat. Entertain millions of people and do justice to the men who died here. Chris Lawrence...CBS News..Pearl Harbor.))
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