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Today on News 7 at Five, 60 people are injured when a passenger train derails outside Washington, DCTERMS. We will have a live report.
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Also authorities say another pilot may have tried to fly a plane while intoxicated.
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Hot today, hot tomorrow. The complete forecast just ahead.

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Also rescue workers try to save a pod of whales that washed up on a beach.
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We will hear from some of the men who spent three days trapped underground in a flooded Pennsylvania coal mine..
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Plus it was a big day on Wall Street. News 7 at Five is next.

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A description of the scene of an Amtrak train derailment.
It happened north of Washington DC this afternoon- Injuring dozens of people.
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
At least six people are serioulsy hurt- four of them have life threatening injuries.
They were aboard the Capitol Limited- en route from Chicago to Washington- when the train went off the tracks in Montgomery County, Maryland.
All 13 cars derailed- but not all flipped over.
Temperatures were in the 90's at the time of the crash- it's possible investigators will have to look at whether heat may have caused the metal rails to buckle.
Aleen Sirgany is at the crash site with more.
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An airline pilot has been grounded with pay pending the outcome of blood and urine tests for alcohol.
The Atlantic Southeast Airlines pilot was prevented from boarding a flight yesterday morning. The plane was headed from Wilmington, North Carolina to Atlanta with 28 passengers on board. A-S-A is a regional carrier for Delta Air Lines.

The F-A-A will only say that it is investigating an alleged violation of an alcohol-related regulation regarding the flight.
Its guidelines say crew members may not have more than a "point-oh-four" percent blood alcohol level and may not drink alcohol within eight hours of flying.

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They look in remarkable shape for men trapped below ground for seventy seven hours. Today some of the Pennsylvania miners faced the cameras and shared their thanks.
Chris Lawrence reports.
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((It took a team effort to survive and it took a team effort to get them out.
5 of the 9 miners trapped for more than 77 hours expressed their gratitude to rescue workers. And confidence in the system that saved their lives.

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"It was an experience we lived through and it worked the way things are supposed to work. I mean we relied on them and we did what we were supposed to do and thank god they did what they were supposed to do and it worked."
At least some of the men won't be returning to the mines. Their brush with death has taught them that some things are not worth risking your life for.

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"I don't know if too many of us will go back to what we did do. It put our families through a lot. I mean it was hard on us and I think harder on them."

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"I got almost 30 years in it and that's just too much. I got 7 grand kids, I want to see them guys grow up."
The miners spent more than three days trapped below ground while rescue crews furiously drilled through hundreds of feet to save them. Warm air was pumped down to sustain the men as workers overcame broken drill bits and other obstacles to bring a miraculous end to what could have been a tragic story.))



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Workers at one Roanoke County plant had a hand in the miners' rescue.
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The Ingersoll-Rand plant in Hollins assembled and delivered three drill bits and hammers that were used to dig the miners out.
Engineering technician Jay Durham made two six-hour trips to Somerset, Pennsylvania, to deliver the equipment.
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THERE'S SOME HEROES HERE THAT JUMPED ON THE BANDWAGON TO GET THIS STUFF PUT TOGETHER. IT FELT LIKE WE DID WHAT WE WAS SUPPOSED TO DO.))
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Rescuers contacted the Hollins plant last Thursday ... but did not begin using its drill parts until after another company's drill bit broke on Friday.
45 employees at the plant design, assemble and distribute drilling equipment all over the world.
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Their drill equipment has helped save lives before...
It was used to help drill Baby Jessica McClure out of a well in Midland, Texas, back in 1987.

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A long-range water supply system for the Roanoke region- -including the Alleghany Highlands- -took a small step closer to reality today.
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Local governments in the Regional Commission announced they've hired an engineering firm to study the water needs and solutions of the area.
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((WE'RE GOING TO BE LOOKING AT GROUND WATER. WE'RE GOING TO BE LOOKING AT SURFACE WATER. WE'RE GOING TO BE LOOKING AT MANY OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO YOU. WE'RE GOING TO BE LOOKING AT YOUR WATER DEMANDS OUT TO THE YEAR 2050.))
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Meanwhile, we shouldn't have to wait half a century for water from Crystal Spring to start serving Roanoke's water needs. A new, temporary filtration system is now finished. Final work was being completed today on the water- QUALITY monitoring system. Crystal Spring is capable of producing four million gallons of water a day under ideal conditions. It should add at least ONE million- -even in the drought.
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Up next on the newscast, we will see how some parents of autistic children are finding success with alternative therapies.
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Plus we will introduce you to one of the state's most dedicated volunteers.
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If you want to free yourself from the government you must get off of Welfare.
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That was the message from President Bush today- He arrived in Charleston South Carolina and spoke at a local high school.
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((NOW I UNDERSTAND THAT LEAVING WELFARE IS NOT EASY. BUT IT IS AN ESSENTIAL STEP FOR INDEPENDENCE FROM GOVERNMENT. WORK IS THE PATHWAY TO DIGNITY AND FREEDOM AND SELF RESPECT.))
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President Bush says it is crucial to give people the tools necessary to improve their lives-
He also stressed the importance of families, marriages and teen abstinence.

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Some parents of autistic children are turning to alternative treatments to help their kids. And as Dr. Sean Kenniff reports, some are having success.
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((AUTISM...IT USED TO BE BLAMED ON POOR PARENTING...LATELY HEAVY METALS...AND CHILDHOOD VACCINATIONS HAVE BEEN PUT UNDER SUSPICION...BUT TWO THINGS ARE CERTAIN ABOUT AUTISM...DOCTORS DON'T KNOW WHAT CAUSES IT...AND TRADITIONAL MEDICINE HAS BEEN UNABLE TO TREAT IT...AND THAT HAS SOME DOCTORS AND MANY PARENTS LOOKING ELSEWHERE.
IN FACT...DRUGS...USED TO TREAT THE CONDITION ARE OFTEN SEDATIVES...AND ONLY SUPPRESS HYPERACTIVITY AND OTHER DIFFICULT BEHAVIORS.
STANDUP: DR. BERGER CLAIMS SOME HERBAL REMEDIES...TREAT THE POSSIBLE CAUSES OF AUTISM...AND NOT JUST THE SYMPTOMS...
TRACK: GOLDEN SEAL IS USED TO ELIMINATE BACTERIA THAT INHABIT THE GUT OF MANY AUTISTIC CHILDREN...TAURINE SEEMS TO CONTROL SOME BEHAVIOR. COD LIVER OIL HAS BEEN SHOWN TO IMPROVE ATTENTION AND FOCUS...ENZYME SUPPLEMENTS HELP DIGEST WHEAT AND DAIRY PROTEINS...AND EVEN SOME VITAMINS...LIKE B6 HAVE BEEN IMPRESSIVE.

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"...we're finding about 80% of our patients are showing incredible improvements."
DR. NINA SANCHEZ IS A PEDIATRICIAN WHO TRULY UNDERSTANDS THE TOLL OF AUTISM...SHE IS THE MOTHER OF TWIN AUTISTIC BOYS. SHE NOW HAS HER SONS ON A GLUTEN FREE...AND CASEIN FREE DIET.

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NEW TRACK: REGARDLESS OF THE COURSE YOU CHOOSE...INTERVENTION NEEDS TO BE STARTED EARLY. DR. SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.))

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A local hospital is saying goodbye to a volunteer who has served more than 10-thousand hours.
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86-year-old Bill Blokker (Block-er) is leaving his volunteer post at Montgomery Regional Hospital after 22 years. The facility dedicated today to the Blacksburg resident and held a reception in his honor. (Block-er) Blokker has logged more hours than any other volunteer... the majority of that time keeping patients company.
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((BILL BLOKKER/MRH VOLUNTEER; I FEEL AS THOUGH I'VE GOTTEN DONE A LOT OF GOOD YOU KNOW TALKING TO PEOPLE SO I GET THE SATISFACTION OF DOING IT.)) ((MADYE PRICE/MRH NURSE; WE GET ALL KINDS OF COMPLIMENTS FOR OUR VOLUNTEERS BECAUSE WELL THEY'RE JUST ALL WONDERFUL BUT HE'S SPECIAL IN OUR HEARTS BECAUSE HE WORKS BACK HERE WITH US.))
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(Block-er) Blokker is moving to Washington state to be closer to family. He says he will miss the staff at the hospital the most. Before becoming a volunteer, he worked on the railroad for 34 years.
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50 Pilot whales are stranded on Cape Cod's Chapin Beach- they've been there since early this morning.
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The animals apparently got too close to shore during low tide and could not make it back to deeper waters.
About 100 volunteers are pouring water over the whales and draping them in wet towels- trying to keep them moist until high tide hits later today.
The whales are sociable animals- sometimes if one gets too close to shore- the others end up following.
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Coming up next , Patrick Evans will tell us about some local young people who are getting some hands on experience in the theater.


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Enterprising young students at the Lynchburg fine arts center are getting a real life education in the art of theater.
The students are learning about set design, costuming and acting during morning classes and rehearse for their big production in the afternoon.
Patrick Evans has more.
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Coming up next on the newscast, stock prices rebound on Wall Street.
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Plus we will see if an international man of mystery was able to score at the box office.
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The bulls trampled the bears on Wall Street today. The three major averages all gained better than five percent as bargain hunters bought right up to the closing bell. The Dow Jones Industrials closed up 447 points. The Nasdaq gained 73 while the S-and-P 500 added 46 points.

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Good afternoon everyone, welcome to your Monday two minute ticker, which stars on the basketball court. It has been a tough couple of days for the Philadelphia 76ers.
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Sixers forward Derrick Coleman was arrested when police said he refused to take a breath test after being stopped for driving 100 mph this past Saturday. Coleman was ticketed for operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and refusing to take a breath test. Coleman posted bond Saturday and was released.
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Sixers star guard Allen Iverson appeared in court this morning and faced 14 charges stemming from a July third incident where he and his uncle allegedly burst into an apartment and threatened two men. Iverson is free of all charges except one misdemeanor. He is now charged only with making terroristic threats.
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The Atlanta Falcons training camp rolls on this week from the campus of Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. Michael Vick continues to make strides as the team's new leader.
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In addition to his incredible natural talent, the Falcons like Vick so much because of his dedicated work ethic. Vick spoke about what he is doing this season in order to avoid certain parts of his game he struggled with last year.
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Coming up at six, our training camp coverage continues with the Washington Redskins as Mike Stevens introduces us to some fans who hope to take the Skins international. That story at six.
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Winston Cup drives head to Indianapolis this Sunday for the Brickyard 400 and Sterling Marlin is 106 points up on Mark Martin in the Cup points standings.
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But the man attracting all of the attention over the weekend was Bill Elliott. Elliott passed Marlin with 19 laps to go and won the shortened Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono. It was Elliott's fifth career win at Pocono and his 42 career victory.
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That's it for the ticker, coming up at six, a look at the Roanoke Dazzle basketball camp and we will head inside the Ice Station and cool off with a hockey school run by former Express star Tim Christian, see ya then everybody.

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The new Austin Powers moved raked in a lot of gold this weekend.
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"Austin Powers in Goldmember" made 71 and a half MILLION dollars Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
The third tale of the bell-bottomed super spy had the fifth-best opening ever for a movie. ``Spider-Man'' still tops that list.
This weekend's take is already more money than the first Austin Powers movie made the entire time it was in theaters.
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Tom Hanks' "Road to Perdition" was way behind with 11 MILLION dollars.
Stuart Little Two took the third spot.
"Men in Black Two" and "K-19: the Widowmaker" round out the top Five.
The only other major release this weekend, "The Country Bears," opened a disappointing sixth, taking in just over five million dollars.

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