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Good morning, I'm Marya Jones.
You may want to carry an umbrella with you today as the chances of scattered thunderstorms increase.
Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner will have your Monday forecast after the news.





[7-2-Retirement-Fire]


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One person is dead after a fire at the Caregivers Assisted Living Facility on Greensboro Road in Henry County.
Two employees discovered the fire near the laundry room just before 10:45 last night. Authorities say 79 year old Cornelia Sink died as a result of the blaze. The facility's seven other residents were evacuated and taken to Memorial Hospital of Martinsville.
Their injuries were NOT life threatening.

Authorities are investigating the cause of the fire.[7-11Barn-Fire]


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Firefighters say a barn fire in Pittsylvania County caused 6-thousand dollars in damage.
Callands and Chatham volunteers responded yesterday to a log barn where tobacco was being cured. Fire officials say it started when the curing process got out of control.



[7-11Floyd-Ax]


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A motorcycle accident in Floyd County left one person dead. State police say a Harley-Davidson ran off route 221 just north of Floyd Sunday evening.
It went down an embankment and hit a fence. The passenger, 55 year old Alisa Marie Duncan of Floyd was killed. Investigators say they plan to charge the driver, 55 year old Lehman Leroy Horne of Pilot. He's in critical condition this morning at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.

[7-11Bridal-Show]


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For many soon-to-be brides in Roanoke it was an "Affair to Remember".
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About a hundred "brides and grooms to be" packed the historic Mountain View Center in Roanoke. Roanoke Parks and Recreation teamed up with After Hours Formal Wear to host the event. Organizers say they hope the show helps men and women sort through the details.
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[SOT 6:25:14]
[IN Q=You have to get]

((YOU HAVE TO GET WITH THE CATERERS AND THAT TAKES TIME, YOU HAVE TO DECIDE HOW MANY PEOPLE YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE AT YOUR WEDDING, YOU HAVE TO DECIDE WHAT KIND OF RINGS YOU WANT, YOU NEED TO SEE WHAT PHOTOGRAPHER YOU WANT AND IT REALLY TAKES A LOT OF TIME SO WITH THIS RIGHT HERE THIS GIVES YOU AN OPPORTUNITY TO MEET SOME PEOPLE AND ALSO SOME OF OUR CONSULTANTS TO TELL YOU WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO GET READY FOR YOUR WEDDING.))
[SUPER=01-Vickie Briggs/Roanoke Parks and Recreation;]
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Most bridal shows take place in the Winter or Spring, but yesterday's Fall event boasts the region's only fashion show.
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[55-WXHeads]


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Good morning, I'm Marya Jones.
You may need your umbrellas today, but it won't stay gray for long.
Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner will have your work week forecast in just a bit.

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An elderly woman is dead after fire broke out last night in a Henry County assisted living facility.
Authorities say two employees noticed flames at the Caregivers Assisted Living Facility on Greensboro Road just before 10:45. 79 year old Cornelia Sink died as a result of the blaze. The facility's seven other residents were evacuated and taken to Memorial Hospital of Martinsville.
Their injuries were NOT life threatening. Authorities are investigating the cause of the fire.

[55-2-11Homeland-Security]


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Area emergency crews are getting a lesson from the Army in "Operation First Responder."
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Yesterday, Army reservists worked with rescue crews and firefighters from Salem, Roanoke and Franklin County.
They showed them how to respond in the case of a major attack on the U-S.
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((WILLIAM WAMPLER/DEPUTY BRIGADE COMMANDER: THE UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE IS PARTICIPATING WITH OUR COMMUNITY, PARTICULARLY OUR FIRST RESPONDERS, TO GIVE THEM THE SKILLS SO THEY ARE BETTER PREPARED TO MEET AN INCIDENT OF A NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL EVENT.))
[SUPER=01-William Wampler/Army Reserves Deputy Brigade Commander;]
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In one training exercise, members of the Army donned chemical protection suits and masks as they demonstrated how to decontaminate a vehicle. Army officials say this type of training is new, so everyone is on the same playing field.
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[IN Q=I'm just glad to see]

((CHRIS SLEMP/FRANKLIN COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY DIRECTOR: I'M JUST GLAD TO SEE OUR TRAINING IS SO SIMILAR. THAT IF WE HAD A SITUATION WE COULD INTERMINGLE EASILY. AS FAR AS THE EQUIPMENT THE EQUIPMENT IS GOING TO BE THE BASICALLY THE SAME.
THE NEWER MASKS THAT THEY JUST PURCHASED, WE JUST PURCHASED.))
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[OUT Q=we just purchased]
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Both groups agree training together will make working together easier should they ever have to use their knowledge.
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It was an "Affair to Remember" in Roanoke.
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[VO-NAT]
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About a hundred "brides and grooms-to-be" packed the historic Mountain View Center in Roanoke. Roanoke Parks and Recreation teamed up with After Hours Formal Wear to host the event. Organizers say they hope the show helps men and women sort through the details.
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[SOT 6:25:14]
[IN Q=You have to get]

((YOU HAVE TO GET WITH THE CATERERS AND THAT TAKES TIME, YOU HAVE TO DECIDE HOW MANY PEOPLE YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE AT YOUR WEDDING, YOU HAVE TO DECIDE WHAT KIND OF RINGS YOU WANT, YOU NEED TO SEE WHAT PHOTOGRAPHER YOU WANT AND IT REALLY TAKES A LOT OF TIME SO WITH THIS RIGHT HERE THIS GIVES YOU AN OPPORTUNITY TO MEET SOME PEOPLE AND ALSO SOME OF OUR CONSULTANTS TO TELL YOU WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO GET READY FOR YOUR WEDDING.))
[SUPER=01-Vickie Briggs/Roanoke Parks and Recreation;]
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[OUT Q=for your wedding]
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[VO-NAT]

Most bridal shows take place in the Winter or Spring, but yesterday's Fall event boasts the region's only fashion show.
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[8Wx-Headline]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Good morning, I'm Marya Jones.
We will be keeping a close eye on Hurricane Isabel as she closes in.
Meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner will have your forecast coming up after the news.




[8-2-Retirement-Fire]


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[WRITER=kor]
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Henry County authorities are investigating a deadly fire. It broke out last night at the Caregivers Assisted Living Facility on Greensboro Road. 79 year old Cornelia Sink died as a result of the blaze. Two employees noticed the fire near the laundry room just before 10:45 last night. The facility's seven other residents were evacuated and taken to Memorial Hospital of Martinsville. Their injuries are NOT life threatening.

[8-11Floyd-Ax]


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A motorcycle accident last night killed a woman from Floyd. State police say the Harley-Davidson ran off route 221 just north of Floyd.
It went down an embankment and hit a fence. 55 year old Alisa Marie Duncan, who was riding on the back of the motorcycle, was killed. Investigators say charges are pending against the driver, 55 year old Lehman Leroy Horne of Pilot. He's in critical condition this morning at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.

[8-2-11Homeland-Security]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=am cutins]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=03-38 10:44]
[GRAPHIC=None]

Area emergency crews are taking a few tips from the Army in "Operation First Responder."
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem;]

Yesterday, reservists worked with Salem, Roanoke and Franklin County rescue crews and firefighters, to teach them how to respond in the case of a major attack on the U-S.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 12:23:08]
[IN Q=The United States Army]

((WILLIAM WAMPLER/DEPUTY BRIGADE COMMANDER: THE UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE IS PARTICIPATING WITH OUR COMMUNITY, PARTICULARLY OUR FIRST RESPONDERS, TO GIVE THEM THE SKILLS SO THEY ARE BETTER PREPARED TO MEET AN INCIDENT OF A NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, OR CHEMICAL EVENT.))
[SUPER=01-William Wampler/Army Reserves Deputy Brigade Commander;]
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[OUT Q=or chemical event]
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[VO-NAT]

In one training exercise, members of the Army donned chemical protection suits and masks as they demonstrated how to decontaminate a vehicle. Army officials say this type of training is new so everyone is on the same playing field.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 11:41:01]
[IN Q=I'm just glad to see]

((CHRIS SLEMP/FRANKLIN COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY DIRECTOR: I'M JUST GLAD TO SEE OUR TRAINING IS SO SIMILAR. THAT IF WE HAD A SITUATION WE COULD INTERMINGLE EASILY. AS FAR AS THE EQUIPMENT THE EQUIPMENT IS GOING TO BE THE BASICALLY THE SAME.
THE NEWER MASKS THAT THEY JUST PURCHASED, WE JUST PURCHASED.))
[SUPER=01-Chris Slemp/Franklin County Public Safety Director;]
[RUNS=16]
[OUT Q=we just purchased]
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[VO-NAT]

Both groups agree training together will make working together easier should they ever have to use their knowledge. (-------------)