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Today on News 7 at 5, rescue crews trying to save nine trapped coal miners suffer a serious setback.
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Also a grand jury indicts two men in the murders of a Lynchburg couple.
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Volunteers and police are searching as another young girl is believed kidnapped.
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On Health Check, we will tell you why one local doctor would like to see a disclaimer on milk ads...
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and Mike Stevens will have the NASCAR qualifying results from Pocono. News 7 at 5 is next.

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Equipment problems- a broken drill bit to be exact - hold up rescue efforts at a Pennsyvlania coal mine.
Tonight crews are working to drill a second rescue tunnel-
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((MECHANICALLY, HUMANLY, INTELLECTUALLY, TECHNNOLOGICALLY WE ARE DOING EVERYTHING THAT CAN BE DONE.))
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Now it is a race to the underground chamber where the nine miners have been trapped since Wednesday night.
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The miners are trapped 240 feet below the ground- Workers must be careful not to rupture the fragile pocket of air they hope is keeping the men alive.
Jim Acosta is following the situation from Somerset Pennsylvania. He joins us live with the latest.
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[SUPER=01-Gov. Mark Schweiker/(R) Pennsyvlania;]
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((A FRUSTRATING SETBACK DELAYED THE RESCUE OF NINE COAL MINERS -- TRAPPED UNDERGROUND FOR NEARLY 48 HOURS.
EARLY THIS MORNING -- HOPE SCREECHED TO A HALT WHEN THE DRILL BIT DIGGING ITS WAY TOWARD THE CREW BROKE.
WHILE EQUIPMENT IS TRYING TO RETRIEVE THAT BIT -- A NEW DRILL IS BORING A SECOND HOLE -- TRYING TO CARVE A DIFFERENT ESCAPE ROUTE. Governor Mark Schweiker/PA "It's gonna be today, I couldn't circle a hour for ya." THE MINERS ARE TRAPPED IN WHAT'S SAID TO BE 55 DEGREE WATER. UNDER THOSE CONDITIONS, EXPERTS SAY HYPOTHERMIA IS POSSIBLE DEPENDING ON HOW MUCH WATER THE CREW IS STANDING IN.
(portion of bite covered w/video - NO TIME FOR FONT:) "Hopefully they tried to conserve some of their lights, and just used one light, and used it sparingly." RESCUERS ARE MAKING PROGRESS PUNCHING SMALL HOLES INTO THE SHAFT TO RELEASE THE TORRENT OF WATER THAT FLOODED THE CHAMBER. Gov. Mark Scheweiker/PA "The rate of water we're taking out there is over 20K gallons a minute.", IN THIS SMALL PENNSYLVANIA COMMUNITY, FAMILIES AND FRIENDS OF THE STRANDED KNOW COAL MINING IS RISKY BUSINESS. THEIR FAITH NOW DEVOTED TO SOMETHING BIGGER THAN THESE GIANT DRILLS... THEY ARE PRAYING FOR A MIRACLE.
SOT - (family friend - NO FONT)

"We have to place our trust in him, he will make a way, I know he will." STANDUP - JIM ACOSTA/REPORTING -- No more tapping..hopes are fading.))

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The Collinsville man burned this week in a boiler explosion in Rocky Mount- has died.
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John Gregory, a 48-year-old contractor, was servicing a boiler at the Ronile yarn-dyeing plant on Wednesday when it blew.
Gregory suffered burns to more than 85 percent of his body.
Jeff Jones, a 38-year-old Ronile employee who was also injured by the blast, has been released from the hospital.

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Flood clean up continues in parts of Giles County today even as scattered showers fall...
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The town of Pembroke was hardest hit by early morning flash flooding. Most residents are dealing with soaked basements and other structural damage. Officials are working on problems with the town's water main. Margie Ferrel says the force of the water was so fast... she didn't think she and her husband would make it out.
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((MARGIE FERREL/FLOOD VICTIM; IT WAS JUST ALL AROUND THE HOUSE IT WAS JUST ALL AROUND THERE YOU CAN SEE JUST HOW FAR IT COME UP AND IT WAS ALL OVER THE BACK AND GOING IN THE BASEMENT...NOTHING LIKE THIS HAS EVER HAPPENED NOTHING LIKE THIS.))
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The State Department of Emergency Management is in Pembroke to control a fuel spill. Officials say the basement of one home has hundreds of gallons of fuel oil. Crews are working to collect and dispose of it properly.
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A special grand jury has indicted two Lynchburg men on capital murder charges for the shooting deaths of a man and his wife three months ago.
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Kevin Eugene Brown and Leon Jermaine Winston, both 22, have been in jail on unrelated charges since shortly after the April 19th murders.
Anthony McKinley Robinson and his wife Rhonda were gunned down inside their home on Sussex Street.
Authorities would not discuss a motive for the killings, nor could they specify which suspect shot which victim.
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((BILL PETTY/LYNCHBURG PROSECUTOR: I CAN ONLY TELL YOU THAT THE CRIME OF CAPITAL MURDER HAS WHAT WE CALL THE TRIGGERMAN RULE, THAT THE ONLY PERSON WHO CAN BE INDICTED OR CHARGED WITH CAPITAL MURDER IS THE PERSON WHO ACTUALLY PARTICIPATED DIRECTLY IN A HOMICIDE. SO YOU CAN DRAW YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS FROM THAT.))
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[OUT Q=conclusions from that.]
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Both men are charged with capital murder, first degree murder, burglary and firearms charges.
They'll make their first court appearance next Monday.
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Coming up next on the newscast, a local doctor says you shouldn't believe everything you see in an ad.
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Also authorities are conducting an intensive search as another young girl is believed abducted.
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Yet another case of kidnapped child- this time in Suburban Saint Louis-
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Cassandra Williamson also goes by Casey. Her father says he last saw his daughter in the kitchen at about 7:30 in the morning.
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He thought she went across the street to her grandparents home but when he learned she wasn't there, he called police.
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((CHIEF RON BATTELLE/ST. LOUIS COUNTY POLICE: THE LONGER TIME GOES WHY WEITHOUT FINDING HER THE MORE CONCERNED WE BECOME. WE'RE GOING TO REMAIN OPTOMISTIC AND USE EVERY RESOURCE TO TRY AND FIND HER. WE'RE PRAYING FOR HER AND WE'RE PRAYING FOR THE FAMILY ALSO.))
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[OUT Q=for the family also.]
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There are some unusual circumstances in this case. Police say they've questioned a man in his early twenties who may have stayed at the family home because he was homeless.
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A cargo plane ran into troubles and had to make an emergency landing in Tallahassee Florida today-
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The FedEx plane crashed and caught fire, but the three crew members were able to get out.
The Boeing 727 is destroyed along with all of the packages on board.
The flight started out in the early morning hours from the company's Memphis hub- headed for Tallahassee.
The survivors were taken to the hospital for injuries-They're reported in good condition.
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Milk does a body good... we've all heard the slogan. But at least one Roanoke doctors says hold up.. milk is not good for every " body."
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us to explain...
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Jean,
Doctor Michael Hart say many people are lactose intolerant.
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In fact according to some studies between 30 to 50 million Americans are lactose intolerant.
And for certain racial groups...it's more common.
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It's ads like this with Asians and African Americans wearing milk mustaches that upset Pediatric Gastroenterologist Michael Hart.
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((DR. MICHAEL HART: IN THE WORLD MORE PEOPLE ARE LACTOSE INTOLERANT AS ADULTS THAN ARE ABLE TO DRINK MILK, THEREFORE MY CONCERN IS THAT IT'S FALSE ADVERTISING THAT MILK IS GOOD FOR EVERYBODY)) [RUNS10]
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((IF YOU'RE LACTOSE INTOLERANT WITHIN A COUPLE OF HOURS OR SOMETIMES A FEW MINUTES..YOU'LL DEVELOP SYMPTOMS OF ABDOMINAL PAIN, INDIGESTION, BLOATING AND SOMETIMES CRAMPY DIARRHEA)) [RUNS10]
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He says while those of northern European descent have a small chance of having problems...that's not the case for other racial groups.
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((AFRICAN AMERICANS ALMOST 80 PERCENT WILL BE LACTOSE INTOLERANT BEYOND CHILDHOOD. ASIAN AMERICANS WILL BE ABOUT 100 PERCENT LACTOSE INTOLERANT BEYOND CHILDHOOD)) [RUNS14]
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Hart says there are different levels of intolerance ...and different amounts of lactose in various dairy products.

Milk and buttermilk are high sources. Ice cream and yogurts have medium amounts of lactose. And cottage cheese, sour cream, cheese, and butter have low levels.
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((SANDRRA/REGISTERED DIETITIAN:THEY CAN CONTINUE TO DRINK DRINK ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF MILK. LIKE LACTAID 100 YOUR CAN ALSO TAKE A LACTAID ENZYME TABLET TO HELP WITH THE DIGESTION OF THESE PRODUCTS)) [RUNS10]
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Hart agrees. He just believes milk ads should have a disclaimer.
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((IN GENERAL I LIKE PEOPLE TO TAKE DAIRY PRODUCTS BECAUSE THE CALCIUM IS GOOD. IN GENERAL I LIKE PEOPLE TO TAKE SMALL AMOUNTS OF LACTOSE CONTAINING PRODUCTS BECAUSE IT USUALLY DOESN'T CAUSE THEM SYMPTOMS AND I TRY TO AVOID THEM ELIMINATING MILK ALL TOGETHER)) [RUNS13]
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A spokesperson for the Southeast Dairy Association says studies show that people of all ethnic groups can build up a tolerance by incorporating small amounts of dairy products at meals or by using the naturally lower lactose products.

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Jean,

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A New York man who says he became obese eating fast food is now suing the restaurants that sold it to him.
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Caesar Barber says he started eating at Burger King, Wendy's, K-F-C and McDonald's because it was cheap and efficient. But he says he didn't know it could be fattening too.
The five-foot-ten maintenance worker weighs more than 270 pounds.
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He says because the chains advertised 100 percent beef, he thought it was good for him.
The National Restaurant Association calls the suit ``senseless and baseless.''

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Coming up next Patrick Evans will have the weekend forecast,
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[VO] and we will tell you why a photographer thinks he has found a real life ghost story in an old plantation mansion.
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People in Franklin, Tennessee have longed believed a historic plantation was haunted.
Now one man says he can prove spirits walk the halls of the Carnton Plantation.
Nikki Leenders has more.
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(( (NAT SOT "This is the sad part of the McGavit family. John and Carrie

had five children. But only two of them lived to adulthood. These three, two girls and a boy, were all gone by 1862.")

BUT SOME SAY THE MCGAVIT CHILDREN NEVER LEFT THIS HOUSE.

(SOT - CALHOUN "I have heard a couple of people mention a little

girl.")

MARY ELIZABETH, THE MIDDLE CHILD, DIED OF AN UNKNOWN ILLNESS WHEN SHE WAS ONLY SIX.

(SOT - CALHOUN "A little girl, about six years old, came over to me

and said that she had seen a little girl floating down the stairs and she'd asked her mother about it and her mother told her that this place was haunted.")

FOR YEARS FRANKLIN RESIDENTS HAVE QUESTIONED WHETHER SPIRITS ROAM THESE HALLS.
BUT THE MOST RECENT SIGHTING IS CHILLING.. IT WAS CAUGHT ON FILM.

(SOT - LUFFMAN "Yeah, I'd have to say that um.. for lack of a better

term.. that's a ghost.")

MARTY LUFFMAN WAS AT THE CARNTON PLANTATION FOR A CIVIL WAR REENACTMENT A COUPLE MOTHS AGO.

(SOT - LUFFMAN "It was a perfect night for um.. anything for the

unusual.")

THAT'S WHEN HE TOOK THIS.

(SOT - LUFFMAN "I guess it was a couple of weeks later that I was

putting the pictures up. I was just going to put them in a album and put them back and I happened to see in the corner of a window pane, I saw something that looked like a speck and I'm convinced that it is a child. But I can't explain anything about it.")

WHEN THE PICTURE IS ENLARGED, YOU CAN SEE WHAT LOOKS LIKE A CHILD WAVING OUT OF THE WINDOW.

(SOT - LUFFMAN "There is some resemblance between that child up there

and the child that we see in the window.")

AND ALL THOUGH NOT EVERYONE IS CONVINCED.

(SOT - CALHOUN "It could be a lot of things.")



THOSE WHO KNOW THE PLANTATION BEST.. SAY ONE THING IS FOR SURE.

(SOT - CALHOUN "If there is anything that remains from the past, I

think that it would be a caring and loving feeling.")))

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Coming up next we will tell you why a band is coming to the aid of some local sports teams,
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But first, we will see how the major stock markets ended a volatile week.
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This just in.... Police say they've found what they believe is the body of six-year-old Cassandra Williamson. She is the young girl believed kidnapped today in Missouri. We will have more on this story on the CBS Evening news.

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Wall Street has wrapped up a wrenching week with a winning, yet quiet session. Some light bargain hunting after weeks of losses sent the major market averages higher.
Alexis Christoforous has more.
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Good afternoon folks and welcome to the end of the traditional work week two minute ticker. We begin tonight with news of state little league championship heading back to Roanoke. The Cave Spring district 12 9 and 10 year olds won the state title today beating Tuckahoe in the championship game in Pound. It is the first ever little league state title for any age group in Roanoke County.
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And speaking of Roanoke County - the Cave Spring National League is playing host to the Virginia State Majors tournament. 15 teams of 11 and 12 year olds from all over the Comonwealth have invaded Starkey Park for seven day event.
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This is the first time the tournament has been back in the Roanoke Valley since 1987. A lot of planning and even more volunteering is necessary for the seven days of baseball to be successful.
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The Winston Cup drivers are in the Poconos in Pennsylvania this weekend for what else but the Pennsylvania 500.
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The circuit definitely has a way of humbling folks in a hurry. Ward Burton, who won last week at New Hampshire couldn't even make it around the two and a half mile long triangular speedway. Right now, Bill Elliott is on the pole with about 5 more cars to run. We'll have the complete rundown at six.
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Mike adlibs to break!!!!

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Patrick ad libs..interview with Rod Tenney and Jess Carper. Then band will play.
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