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Many said it was only a matter of time..
Tonight word that a Roanoke servicemen is reportedly among those un-accounted for at the Pentagon.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Good Evening.
As expected the list of victims is growing.
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[Take Pinnacle FS] Tonight the Department of Defense lists Donald McArthur Young of Roanoke as missing.
Young is a 41 year old Chief Information Systems Technician with the Navy.
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Meanwhile the work goes on in Arlington and New York.
We have two live reports beginning with Gretchen Carlson in New York.
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((ANOTHER DAY OF INTENSE EMOTIONS. UNBELIEVABLE JOY AS FIVE FIREMEN BURIED ALIVE IN THEIR S-U-V FOR MORE THAN 48 HOURS..WERE FOUND IN THE RUBBLE. THREE OF THEM ACTUALLY WALKED OUT OF THE VEHICLE. THIS POLICE OFFICER WITNESSED A MIRACLE. STEVE FELICE/N.J.POLICE OFFICER They were shouting USA. It was really exciting
THEN JOY WAS REPLACED BY FEAR. RESCUER CREWS RAN FOR THEIR LIVES.. FEARING ANOTHER BUILDING WAS ABOUT TO COME DOWN. CBS NEWSMAN BYRON PITTS REPORTING AS IT HAPPENED: BYRON PITTS SEARCH AND RECOVERY EFFORTS WERE HALTED UNTIL THE SCENE WAS DEEMED SAFE. BUT THE TOP FLOORS OF LIBERTY PLAZA..PART OF THE WORLD TRADE COMPLEX ARE BUCKLED..IT COULD BE THE NEXT CASUALTY. AS WEARY RESCUE WORKERS COME OUT, HUNDREDS MORE ARE STANDING BY TO GO INTO THE JAGGED LANDSCAPE. RUSS KEAT/VOLUNTEER FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE. THE SEARCH FOR MISSING LOVED ONES BECOMES MORE DESPERATE WITH EACH HOUR THE MAYOR OF NEW YORK CONFIRMS THERE ARE NEARLY FIVE THOUSAND PEOPLE UNACCOUNTED FOR. AROUND THE CITY, THOSE WHO CAN'T OFFER THEIR MANPOWER, OFFER SOMETHINGELSE INSTEAD.. SUPPORT APPLAUSE WITH HANDS AND HEARTS FOR THOSE RISKING THEIR OWN LIVES TO TRY AND SAVE OTHERS. ))
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(( DETAILS OF THE WELL-ORCHESTRATED, WELL-FINANCED TERRORIST ATTACKS ARE BEGINNING TO EMERGE. TWO PLANES HAD FIVE HIJACKERS ON BOARD, THE OTHER TWO HAD FOUR TERRORISTS EACH. IT'S BELIEVED AVIATIONS SCHOOLS IN THE U.S. UNWITINGLY TRAINED some of THE HI-JACKERS TO FLY.
OVERALL, 50 PEOPLE MAY HAVE BEEN INVOLVED AND THE ADMINSTRATION PROMISES A FULL-SCALE RETALIATION. DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE/PAUL WOLFOWITZ: The United States of America will use all our resources to conquer this enemy. We will rally the world. We will be patient, we will be focused and we will be steadfast in our determination. Make no mistake about it, we will win. TRACK: SECRETARY OF STATE COLIN POWELL NOW CONFIRMS OSAMA BIN LADEN IS A PRIME SUSPECT, THE FIRST TIME THE ADMINISTRATION HAS OFFICIALLY SAID AS MUCH. PRESIDENT BUSH REMAINS HIGHLY VISIBLE, STOPPING BY A WASHINGTON, DC HOSPITAL TO VISIT THOSE INJURED IN THE PENTAGON CRASH. BUSH They talked about escaping, going through fire, crawling through debris. It's clear they were fighting for their survival. AT LEAST 190 PEOPLE ARE THOUGHT DEAD AT THE PENTAGON. SOME OF THE BODIES ARE BEING FLOWN TO THE MILITARY MORTUARY AT DOVER AIR FORCE BASE IN DELAWARE. RESCUE CREWS SAY EVEN IN THE FACE OF HORROR, THERE ARE STORIES OF HEROISM. Capt. Ed Blunt/EMS Supervisor, Arlington Co. Fire:An Army person had both hands cut off at the palms and he was burned severly, and he was more concerned about us treating the other people than himself. Clumns missing inside the pentagon, firefighters replacing them.))


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Roanoke Regional Airport has been given the thumbs up to resume air service.
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That is where we find Shannon Young. Shannon, what's the latest there.
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With commercial air travel at a minimum - volunteer pilots are stepping-in to fill the gap.
Pilots with Air Lifeline have already started transporting nurses to disaster areas.
Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton spoke with two local pilots --who want people to know they are ready to help.
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By profession he's a commercial pilot -- but when it comes time to helping those in need -- David Nauss switches gears as volunteer pilot for Airlifeline.
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Nauss is one the 16-hundred volunteer pilots for Airlifeline, an organization that provides free air transportation for patients that need medical treatment.
But in wake of the explosion -- the organization feels it has another mission.
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((ERNIE HOCH/AIRLIFELINE:WE CAN TRANSPORT PEOPLE FOR HELP, WE CAN TRANSPORT ITEMS, BLOOD TRANSPORT --ORGAN TRANSPORT. WE CAN BRING SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT IN CROSS COUNTRY IF IT NEED TO BE DONE)) [RUNS13]
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AirLifeline says it will also fly immediate family members to visit disaster victims.
Nauss says it's hard not find someone touched by this tragedy. He knows five people who were inside the World Trade Center. He's says knowing he can help brings a sense of fulfillment.
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(( I CAN SEE A LOT OF PEOPLE VENTING THEIR FRUSTRATION IN A NEGATIVE WAY CALLING FOR RETALIATION AGAINST SOMEONE WE DON'T EVEN KNOW YET --THIS GIVES US SOMETHING TO DO WITH THAT ENERGY --MAKE IT PRODUCTIVE INSTEAD A NEGATIVE THING)) [RUNS13]
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And in the midst of this tragedy --the country needs all the positive energy it can get.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))

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Another plane crash today involving Americans.
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A small plane carrying University of Washington Football fans has crashed in Mexico.
The plane was on a sightseeing tirp.
The group was on a trip that was supposed to end with the "U-W Miami" game in Florida.
All 16 people aboard were killed.
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The state Attorney General's office is investigating reports of price gouging at the gas pumps. So far a special hotline has received about 90 phone calls from people complaining about the price of gas.
The highest price reported to the Attorney General was three dollars and 25 cents a gallon reportedly being charged by a Botetourt County store. That county's prosecutor has been told to investigate the allegation.

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A fire in Roanoke caused extensive damage to a building this afternoon.
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The fire broke out just after 3:30 at this home in the 1800 block of Chapman Avenue.
Firefighers arrived to find heavy smoke and flames coming from the second floor and attic.
The fire proved difficult to fight because of nearby trees and the flames got into the walls.
No word on what caused the fire.
Roanoke's Fire Chief believes the building was abandoned.
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Still to come on the newscast, a local animal expert is heading to New York to help rescue workers with their search dogs. We'll have the details.
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[VO] Also some Arab Americans say they are the targets of misplaced anger as their Mosque in Washington state is vandalized.
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Help from our region is heading to New York including a Virginia Tech animal expert.
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Dr. Marie Suthers-McCabe is a Veterinarian, professor and expert on the human bond with animals. As a member of an organization connected to FEMA, she'll treat injured K-9 dogs who are part of the search and rescue.
Many of the animals suffer cut feet and eye irritation. She says she will also work as a grief counselor for handlers.
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Suthers-McCabe leaves on Saturday and will spend up to two weeks in Manhattan. Coming up on News 7 at 6...she tells us how she's preparing to see death and destruction first hand.
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The advent of what the President has labeled a war has silenced both sides on a battle of sorts in the Commonwealth.
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Mark Warner and Mark Earley have suspended campaigning for Governor indefinitely. The most concrete impact is on fundraising. Both have had to cancel events. Earley was to have Vice President Dick Cheney in Richmond tonight, and the President in Northern Virginia next Wednesday. The dynamics of the final weeks may have changed now.
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The N-A-A-C-P has cancelled the campaign's second debate scheduled for Monday. Our News Seven Mason Dixon poll was in the field Monday, was suspended Tuesday, and will start again this weekend.

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One fear from Tuesday's attack is a backlash toward Arab and Muslim Americans-
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In Washington state... black paint was splattered on a sign outside a mosque.
Several Muslims also say they've received threats.
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((I THINK WE ARE INTO OUR MIDST...)) [13:26:47] ((WE ARE AMERICANS THEY ARE WE ARE CONCERENED ABOUT THE FALLEN AMERICANS AS WELL.))
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Several mosques have hired security- for fear of retribution.
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Still to come on the newscast, NASCAR decides if it will hold its race this Sunday. Mike Stevens will have that and other cancellations in Sports,
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[VO] then we'll meet a local young man who is leading the pack in donating to disaster relief.
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Coming up a little later in the broadcast,
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we'll see how people in other countries are honoring the victims of this weeks terrorist attacks.
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Welcome everybody to Thursday ticker that is loaded with postponements, some of which are very new to today's news.
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The NFL, which was harshly criticized for playing three days after the assassination of President Kennedy, has decided NOT to play any of its games this weekend.
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In an unprecedented move, NASCAR has done an about face and decided not to race this weekend at New Hampshire and Roanoke, Texas. This is the first time in its 53 year history that NASCAR has canceled anything for reason out than natural phenomenon like rain, snow, or wildfires. The New Hampshire race will now be the season finale on Friday November 23rd.
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Major League baseball which has been off the field since Tuesday night has reportedly decided to cancel all of its games through the weekend.
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Several college conferences, including the SEC, in which Tennessee plays, have done an about face today. The Southeastern Conference and Western Athletic Conference have now postponed their games.
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Several Conferences are still playing including the Southern Conference. The VMI - East Tennessee State game in Lexington is still on for one pm Saturday.
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And the Old Dominion Athletic Conference game also are still on for this weekend including Washington And Lee's home game Saturday.

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Virginia athletic Director Craig Littlepage announced yesterday that UVa has postponed the Penn State/UVa football game scheduled for tonight until December first. He also indicated that those in favor of suspending competition should not criticize those who are still playing.
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All of the Friday Football Extra games for tomorrow night are still on schedule. All school systems plan to play at this time. Tonight on News 7 at Six, we will have the week 3 schedule.


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The Roanoke Express has signed center Mike Peron for another year, according to head coach Perry Florio.
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Last season was Peron's best as a professional. He set career highs in goals with 21, assists with 35 and he also had 174 penalty minutes. Peron joined the Express during the 1997-98 season after being acquired from the Jacksonville Lizard Kings. He has played in 211 games as a member of the Express.
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Coming up tonight on News 7 at Six, Tiki Barber's home is in Manhattan, but tomorrow his heart will be here in Roanoke helping out at a very worthwhile cause. Those details tonight on News 7 at Six. Take care everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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Once again, our top story at this hour: the Department of Defense lists a Roanoke man as among the missing at the Pentagon.
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He is identified as 41 year old Donald McArthur Young, a Chief Information Systems Technician with the Navy.
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We'll pass along any new information we receive on News 7 at 6.

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Other countries are expressing their sympathies for this week's tragic events in the U-S...
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A memorial garden has been established outside London's U-S embassy.
Visitors are flocking to the royal garden to lay flowers and leave messages.
An American embassy official says he's touched by the gifts that were left, including symbols of New York like apples, bagels, and New York Yankees baseball caps.
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A local boy and a pair of concert tickets have raised more than 25-thousand dollars for the American Red Cross.
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This morning, seven year old Dylan Coleman called into Star Country to donate 50 dollars to the Red Cross to help with rescue efforts in Washington D-C and New York. Shortly after that, hundreds of people started giving to "the Dylan Fund."
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((MICHAEL COLEMAN/DYLAN'S DAD; PEOPLE STARTED CALLING IN AND ADDING TO HIS DONATION. I GUESS THAT THEY WERE TOUCHED BY THE FACT THAT A 7 YEAR OLD WAS GIVING UP 50 DOLLARS OUT OF HIS SAVINGS ACCOUNT.))
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As a reward for giving the most money, Dylan receives tickets to country music star Kenny Chesney's concert in Greensboro tomorrow. Despite working since early this morning, deejays Chuck Marsh and Robynn James say they will continue to accept donations to "the Dylan Fund" until the phones stop ringing.
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