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Today on News 7 at 5, an accident closes a busy road in Roanoke County.
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Plus a Virginia Tech student is seriously injured in an unusual fall.
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Records both Thursday and Friday as the cold air plunged into the region. Your weekend outlook coming up.

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Also today, the search for weapons of mass destruction turns into a political battle in Washington.
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On Health check, patients with a painful digestive problem could be spared some discomfort.
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Plus the leading candidate in the California recall election is accused of admiring the Nazis. News 7 at 5 is next.
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((HOPEFULLY WE CAN CREATE SOME AWARENESS THROUGH SOME PUBLIC EDUCATION CAMPAIGNS AND SEE IF WE CAN MAKE PEOPLE AWARE THAT FALLS OF ANY KIND CAN BE DANGEROUS AND DISASTROUS FOR THE PERSON.))
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That statement after a student falls in Blacksburg today- Police say alcohol and weather may have played a role.
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A Virginia Tech student was seriously hurt after falling from a balcony.
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It happened around 1:30 this morning at "The Chase" apartments in Blacksburg. Police say 21-year-old Keara Murphy had returned home from a night of partying downtown, when she realized she locked herself out of her apartment.
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((BRUCE BRADBERRY/BLACKSBURG POLICE SPOKESMAN: THE PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION INDICATES THAT SHE WAS TRYING TO GET IN THE APARTMENT AND POSSIBLY WAS CLIMBING FROM ONE BALCONY TO THE OTHER WHEN APPARENTLY SHE LOST HER GRIP, LOST HER FOOTING AND FELL TO THE GROUND.))
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Officers say when they got there, Murphy was lying on the ground unconscious. She was flown to Roanoke Memorial hospital where tonight she is in serious condition. Murphy is a senior hospitality and tourism major from Fairfax Station. Police say alcohol and weather may have played a role in her fall.
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A tractor trailer accident has shut down Route 116 in Roanoke County.
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County police say a truck overturned this afternoon near Aerospace Road.
Both directions of Route 116 are blocked at this time. Police say it will be some time before the road is open again.
One person has been taken to the hospital. We'll have more on News 7 at Six.
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Officials are trying to clean up after a train derailed in Rockbridge County around 2 o'clock this morning near Cornwall. 16 cars jumped the tracks and two overturned in the accident, and one road overpass was destroyed. The train was headed from Roanoke to Allentown Pennsylvania. Officials say NO dangerous materials leaked out of the cars, and the cause is still under investigation.

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One report on Iraq- two different interpretatations.
The White House says it's pleased with the latest report by U-S Search teams.
It shows Saddam Hussein clearly violated U-N resolutions even though they found no weapons of mass destruction.
But, as Teri Okita reports, some democrats say it shows the U-S rushed to war too soon.
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(( AT FOUR APPEARANCES BEFORE LAWMAKERS THIS WEEK, THE HEAD OF THE U-S TEAM SEARCHING FOR ILLEGAL WEAPONS IN IRAQ SAID THERES PLENTY OF EVIDENCE THAT SADDAM HUSSEIN WAS HIDING SOMETHING. David Kay/Weapons Search Team Leader: Weve shared, in the classified report, about two dozen major cases of where Iraq hid equipment or engaged in prohibited activities that were not permitted under the U-N resolution. BUT KAY ADMITTED HIS TEAMS HAVE FAILED TO FIND ACTUAL WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUC TION. EVEN SO, THEIR FINDINGS ARE GOOD ENOUGH FOR THE WHITE HOUSE. President Bush: These findings already make clear that Saddam Hussein actively deceived the international community. SOME DEMOCRATS ARENT AS CONVINCED. THEY SAY THE REPORT SHOWS NO EVIDENCE THAT A NUCLEAR OR BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS PROGRAM WAS EVER RESTARTED OR THAT IRAQ WAS PREPARING FOR CHEMICAL WARFARE AND CRITICIZED THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION FOR RUSHING TO WAR.
Sen. Carl Levin/D-Michigan: I would hope that, at a minimum, that the administration would hold off continuing to make the kind of statements that it is making, even recently, about Saddam Husseins capabilities in this area. EVEN THE PUBLIC IS BEGINNING TO HAVE ITS DOUBTS. A CBS NEWS-NEW YORK TIMES POLL FINDS AMERICANS ARE LOSING CONFIDENCE IN PRESIDENT BUSH'S HANDLING OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
Teri Okita/Reporting: Lawmakers say theyll use the findings from this report to improve intelligence collection. It will take another six to nine months and millions of dollars more for weapons teams to make their final conclusions. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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A man hurls a grenade into a mosque in the Philippines today-
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killing four people and wounding at least 17 more.
The attack happened during weekly prayers in the southern part of the nation.
Early speculation is that the attack was not religiously motivated, but rather over a power struggle in the nation's irrigation administration.
The mosque was full of officials and employees of the N-I-A.
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It's not only questions about groping women Arnold Schwartznegger is answering today- but questions about Adolph Hitler-
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Schwartzengger reportedly told a reporter back in 1975 that he admired Hitler's rise to power from humble beginnings.
The candidate flatly denies it.
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((ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER/CANDIDATE FOR CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR: I DON'T REMEMBER EVER A TIME WHEN I WAS INFATUATED WITH HITLER. I ALWAYS DESPISED EVERYTHING HE STOOD FOR. HE WAS A CRIMINAL OF THE HIGHEST LEVEL, HE WAS A KILLER.))
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Schwarzenegger says people out there just want to destroy his campaign.
One former candidate admits her goal is to keep him out of office.
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((ARIANNA HUFFINGTON: I DROPPED OUT OF THE RACE, BECAUSE I SAW THE CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER PRESENTED BY SCHWARZENEGGER AND I REALIZED THE ONLY WAY TO STOP HIM AT THIS STAGE IS TO VOTE NO ON THE RECALL.))
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Huffington may not get her wish though. Recent polls say voters favor recalling Governor Gray Davis by a large margin- with Schwartenegger the solid leader.
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Coming up next in the newscast, a leading drug manufacturer warns parents about a dangerous activity by teenagers.
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[VO] Plus the trial of a Roanoke doctor continues. Today a former staff member testified she was amazed by something she saw in his practice.
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The government is getting ready to wrap up its case in the trial of Roanoke pain Doctor Cecil Knox.
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The fourth week of the trial drew to a close today with a former employee of Doctor Knox testifying about the amount of pain medication Knox was prescribing for his patients. Heather Basham said she was "blown away" when Knox put a pregnant woman on OxyContin. She said staff members marveled at how patients could function on the amount of medication they were taking. "That's Cecil's business," Office Manager Beverly Boone advised the staff, according to Basham.
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Testimony will be suspended Monday for Yom Kippur, with the government expected to rest its case Tuesday or Wednesday.


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The maker of OxyContin is promoting the responsible use of prescription drugs.
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Perdu Pharma is running TV and print spots alerting parents to a new practice called "pharming" (farming). Teens raid their family's medicine cabinet for prescription drugs, throw all the pills in a bowl, then randomly take them to see what kind of high they get.
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((ROBIN HOGEN/PERDUE PHARMA: IF YOU'RE LUCKY YOU'LL JUST GET VIOLENTLY ILL AND THROW THEM UP. WHAT WE'RE CONCERNED ABOUT ARE THE KIDS WHO HAVE THEM STAY IN THEIR SYSTEM. THEY CAN FORGET TO BREAHTE. THEY CAN END UP IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM, THEY CAN END UP DEAD.))
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Perdu Pharma is working with the Southwest Virginia Pain Initiative to educate the public about chronic pain relief. The recently formed group of health care professionals advocates alternative forms of treatment as well as traditional drug therapy.

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If you suffer from frequent heartburn you could have gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD.
One way doctors diagnosis it is by measuring the acid level in the esophagus.
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As Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton tells us there is new way to measure that's more comfortable for the patient.
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Jean, The old method was done by placing a tube through your nose into your esophagus. It had to be worn for 24 hours.
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But with the Bravo system now offered at Virginia Baptist Hospital patients hardly know it's there.
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Minerva Vega wants to find out if the heartburn problem that's been plaguing her for years is actually GERD.
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((I OFTEN RETASTE MY BREAKFAST AT DINNER TIME, WHICH IS NOT PLEASANT AND IT'S UNCOMFORTABLE ESPECIALLY WHEN I'M TRYING TO SLEEP )) [RUNS14]
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Doctor Robert Hickman says he will be able to diagnosis the disease by monitoring the PH levels in her esophagus by using Bravo -- a tiny capsule which is placed in the esophagus.
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((IT'S SPEAKS BY RADIO TO A CAPSULE AT THEIR BELT THAT RECORDS THE PH, AND ITS JUST WELL TOLERATED AND THEN A COUPLE OF DAYS LATER WE LOOK AT THEIR INFORMATION.... AND WE GET A GOOD IDEA WHAT THEIR ACID CONDITION IS)) [RUNS15]
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Hickman says left untreated GERD can lead to complications like asthma, throat irritation, and possibly esophageal cancer.
That's why diagnosis is important because the disease can be easily treated.
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((WE MODIFY LIFESTYLE, TOBACCO, ALCOHOL, PARTICULARLY LOSING WEIGHT, ACID MEDICATION MANY PEOPLE DO WELL ON THAT. AND IN OUR COMMUNITY WE KNOW HAVE THE POSSIBILITY OF DOING REFLUX SURGERY AT TIMES)) [RUNS13]
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Vega is hopeful she will soon get relief.
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((JUST TRYING TO GO THROUGH LIFE WITH IT BUT I MAINLY PREFER NOT LIVING WITH IT.)) [RUNS08]
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As far as the capsule, it eventually falls out of the esophagus and passes through the digestive tract.
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Coming up next on the newscast,
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[VO] it was banned in Alabama, now a monument to the 10 commandments gets a warmer reception in Lynchburg.
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The battle to keep the Ten Commandments monument in an Alabama courthouse is not over.. and today, central Virginia became part of the fight.
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The "Save the Commandments" caravan stopped at Liberty University where organizers talked with students, regents and alumni about their cause.
They also brought with them a replica of the monument Judge Roy Moore tried to keep in his state courthouse.
Supporters say the court order to remove the monument is an attempt to remove religion from America's heritage.
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((REV. DAVID ANDERSON/SAVE THE COMMANDMENTS TOUR: JAMES MADISON WROTE: WE HAVE STAKED THE WHOLE FUTURE OF OUR POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS UPON THE CAPACITY OF EACH AND ALL OF US TO GOVERN OURSELVES, TO CONTROL OURSELVES, TO SUSTAIN OURSELVES ACCORDING TO THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF GOD. THE TEN COMMANDMENTS ARE THE FOUNDATION OF THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE.))
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The caravan will stop in Fredericksburg tomorrow before arriving in Washington D.C. for a prayer rally on Sunday.

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Coming up in Sports, we'll have tonight's lineup of high school football games.
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and following that a sweet treat from the South creates a whole lot of enthusiasm overseas.
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On Wall Street today, a positive employment report sent the stock markets sharply higher. Alexis Christoforous reports.
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Good afternoon everybody and welcome to the weekend. The Martinsville Speedway will get quite a workout over the next few days. Next Monday thru Wednesday several Winston Cup teams will test for the upcoming Subway 500. Preceding that will be this weekend's Taco Bell 300 Late Model race. An open practice session was held this afternoon in preparation for Saturday's qualifying which will set the top 20 starting spots.
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Week Six of the high school football season is ready to roll tonight. The temperatures will be hovering around the 50s at kickoff and then drop into the 40s by game's end. Here's a look at tonight's schedule, and keep in mind the home teams are listed on the bottom of each matchup.
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The college football weekend finds both the Hokies and the Cavaliers on the road playing conference game this week. That means that area fans have no excuse but to head out to Victory Stadium tomorrow at four pm for the Western Virginia Education Classic.
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Virginia Union takes on St. Augustine's tomorrow. TAP - Total Action Against Poverty organizes the contest and the funds raised help benefit "Project Dropout" - the program that works to cut down and eventually cut out the number of high school dropouts in the valley.
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Again, that one kicks off at 4 tomorrow. Ferrum and Averett tee it up at one. As do Bridgewater and Hamdpen-Sydney. Steve Mason will be here at 6 with an update on WinstonCup qualifying out in Kansas. I'll see you tonight at 11:35 for Friday Football Extra. Take care everybody. [GO TO BREAK]

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A longtime treat from the South has gone international. Krispy Kreme doughnuts has invaded Harrods Department in London.
Charles D'Agata has more.
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((Weapons of mass consumption are being aimed at British taste buds.
A 66 year old, sticky, smooth , American icon has arrived.

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No, not Dick Clark...Krispy Kreme donuts.
But he IS the general leading the invasion.

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IT INCLUDES ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, WALES, NORTHERN IRELAND...LOTS OF TERRITORY TO ATTACK IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS.
And it looks like the first battle is already over.

Nat SOT:...I LOVE 'EM...I'M GONNA HAVE A CHOCOLATE ONE NEXT.



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But the donut commanders don't just want victory.

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WE WANT TO BECOME PART OF THE BRITISH CULTURE. // (donuts pix) WE'RE PROUD OF OUR AMERICAN HERITAGE, OBVIOUSLY

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FOR AMERICANS THIS REPRESENTS JUST A FLUFFY PASTRY BEHIND ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL FRANCHISES IN MODERN TIMES, SOMETHING THAT HAS GROWN TO AN ALMOST CULT STATUS.
BUT FOR THE BRITISH, IT REPRESENTS SOMETHING ALTOGETHER DIFFERENT...THE CONTINUED AMERICANIZATION OF THE BRITISH DIET.

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I'LL SHOW YOU HOW TO EAT ONE...YOU CLOSE IT UP...AND IT'S JUST TWO BITES...
British nutritionists say that's two bites too many.

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ALL WE'RE DOING IS ADDING MORE AND MORE TO THE OBESITY PROBLEM.
Narr: Whatever. The Brits appear to be a pushover.

SOT: YOU GET TWO DOZEN DONUTS PER WEEK FOR A YEAR.



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A LOT OF DONUTS....WE'RE NOT GOING TO BE ABLE TO EAT THAT MUCH.
Narr: But Stacey and Louise...say they say they're gonna try. Charles D'Agata, CBS News London.))
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