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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning two people are injured after an accident on Interstate 81 last night
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and Two more are killed following an accident in Botetourt County We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes. [2-shot toss to Hello]

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Two men were killed in an accident on Route 220 in Botetourt County last night.
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Officials say 75-year-old Thomas Allen Edwards of Salem was driving south on route 220 near Craig Creek Road around 9:40 when he ran off the right side of the road.
He steered back onto the road and hit a north-bound car, driven by 53 year old Robert William Loving of White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
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Edwards was pronounced dead at the scene.
Loving was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital where he died early this morning.


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Another accident overnight killed a 21 year old Roanoke man.
Police say Ronnie Roseberry Junior was driving north on 13th street near Bennington Street around 12:30 this morning when he ran off the road and hit a tree.
Roseberry was NOT wearing a seat belt and was partially ejected from the car. He died at the scene. Police say speed was likely a factor, but have not determined if alcohol was involved.

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Two people were hurt in an accident on Interstate 81 last night.
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The accident happened shortly after 7-thirty in the southbound lanes near mile marker-150 .
State Police say the S-U-V ran into the median, swerved back, overcorrected and then rolled. The car rolled several times, and finally slid to a stop nearly a thousand feet down the road. Two people in the car were treated for minor injuries. The accident briefly blocked both lanes, and traffic was backed up for miles.
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A Bedford County firefighter remains in critical condition after losing control of his truck yesterday. His fellow firefighters were first to arrive at the accident. Jennifer Wishon has more.
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((It started out as a routine early morning call. Forest Fire Chief Monty Coleman was first to respond - followed by 17 members of the Forest Volunteer Fire Department.

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((MONTY COLEMAN: WHEN WE ARRIVED ON THE SCENE WE HAD A SINGLE VEHICLE PICK UP TRUCK THAT WAS ON ITS SIDE. LOCATED A VICTIM THAT WAS TRAPPED UP UNDER IT WHICH WE LATER FOUND OUT WAS ONE OF OUR OWN FIREFIGHTERS THERE IN FOREST.))
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[TAKE MAP] The accident happened on Route 811 in Forest near the intersection of Waterlick Road. [END MAP] Officials say the man - whose name has not been released - was driving towards the intersection around 3:30 when he ran off of the right side of the road. He then over- corrected and ran off the left side of the road where he was thrown from his pickup. The truck then rolled over and landed on his head.
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((MONTY COLEMAN: OUR MEMBERS ARRIVED ON THE SCENE AND THEY PERFORMED AN EXTRICATION, REMOVING ONE OF OUR BROTHERS FROM THE VEHICLE. WE TREATED HIM WITH FIRST AID, EMS AND TRANSPORTED HIM TO A HELICOPTER THAT LATER TRANSPORTED HIM TO A TRAUMA CENTER IN LYNCHBURG.))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: THE VICTIM WAS THEN TAKEN TO UVA MEDICAL CENTER. CHIEF COLEMAN SAYS KNOWING THE VICTIM CHANGED EVERYTHING IN THIS SITUATION, BUT SAYS HE'S PROUD OF THE WAY HIS VOLUNTEERS RELIED ON THEIR TRAINING AND STAYED FOCUSED ON THEIR JOB. JENNIFER WISHON, NEWS 7.))
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Charges are pending against the driver of a car who hit a woman walking along the road yesterday.
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It happened around 3-o'clock on Ogden Road on the Roanoke City-County line. Witnesses say the woman was walking down the road when she was hit. She was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital. There is no word on the extent of her injuries.
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The family of a missing Salt Lake City woman, is asking volunteers to call off their search.
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Relatives say Lori Hacking's husband, Mark, has given them information that no longer requires a search party. In a written statement, the Hackings' family thanked the public for their help and prayers, but did not reveal what Mark had told authorities. Lori Hacking has been missing since July 19. Mark has been held in the psych ward of the hospital where he works since he was found acting strangely the day after his wife disappeared. Police are expected to say more later today.
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World Trade Organization members have approved a plan to end export subsidies on farm products and cut import duties across the world.
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The deal is a key step toward a comprehensive global accord that has been discussed since 2001. The agreement was approved by a consensus of the 147-nation body in Geneva. That opens the way for full negotiations to start in September. The document commits nations to lowering import duties and reducing government support in the three major areas of international trade: industrial goods, agriculture and service industries such as telecommunications and banking.
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Gas guzzlers beware! Crude oil prices hit a new 21-year high this week. Kathleen Hays looks at where it might go from here.
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((STILL FEELING THE PAIN AS YOU FILL YOUR GAS TANK? WONDERING WHEN IT'S GOING TO END? NOW IT'S NOT JUST TERROR ATTACKS IN BAGHDAD OR STRIKES IN NIGERIA... IT'S TROUBLES AT RUSSIA'S BIGGEST OIL COMPANY THAT ARE PUSHING OIL PRICES - AND YOUR ENERGY BILLS - HIGHER.
"I think you`re going to see higher pricing both on the gasoline level, the heating oil level for sure because this takes 30, 60 days to get through the system, these higher prices. So you`re going to see them down the road. Possibly going into the winter."
CRUDE OIL PRICES HIT A 21-YEAR HIGH THIS WEEK AS WORRIES ABOUT SUPPLIES FROM RUSSIA, THE WORLD'S SECOND BIGGEST PRODUCER, HIT A FEVER PITCH. THE LARGEST RUSSIAN OIL COMPANY, YUKOS, IS IN THE MIDST OF A BITTER LEGAL BATTLE WITH THE GOVERNMENT OVER BACK-TAXES. THIS COMES AT A TIME WHEN WORLD OIL SUPPLIES ARE BEING EATEN UP NOT JUST BY THE UNITED STATES BUT BY NEW GAS GUZZLERS LIKE CHINA AND INDIA... AND SPECULATORS ARE MAKING BIG BUCKS ON GLOBAL FEARS THAT SUPPLIES COULD BE DISRUPTED BY TERROR ATTACKS ON MIDEAST OIL FACILITIES.
"There are a few drivers right now, certainly we always have in the backdrop geopolitical concerns and although the yukos event didn't really affect the physical supply of oil, it definitely tempted the speculative money to bid up the market."
BUT DONT' THROW AWAY THE KEYS OF YOUR S-U-V YET. WORLD OIL SUPPLIES ARE BUILDNG BECAUSE SAUDI ARABIA, THE WORLD'S BIGGEST PRODUCER IS PUMPING AT FULL CAPACITY. WHEN THE SUMMER DRIVING SEASON IS OVER AND IF THERE ARE NO MAJOR TERRORIST ATTACKS, OIL PRICES COULD DIP SHARPLY.
"By September if we get through a quiet period in terms of any kind of terrorist attacks prices could be trading back down to 32 dollars a barrel and be poised to head quite lower from there. And you will see gas prices down toward to more historic norms of one dollar fifty and one dollar forty."
THERE ARE SOME BIG IFS IN THAT FORECAST OF COURSE AND SOME RISKS ON THE UPSIDE - IF RUSSIA'S PROBLEMS DON'T SUBSIDE IF BIG OIL CONSUMING COUNTRIES GROW EVEN FASTER, IF TERRORISTS DISRPUT PRODUCTION SOMEWHERE OIL PRICES COULD STAY AT PAINFULLY HIGH LEVELS. AND A COLD WINTER IN THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE WOULD KEEP SUPPLIES TIGHT.... ))

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In sports, Nomar Garciaparra is headed to Chicago to try and help Cubs get to their first World Series since 1908.

The five-time All-Star was acquired just before the non-waiver trade deadline in a four team swap with Minnesota and M

ontreal.
Garciaparra is hitting .321 with five homers and 21 runs batted in for Boston. Travis Wells has more on the trade coming up a little later
But first,
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The Cleveland Browns had a surprise visitor at training camp yesterday as President George W. Bush dropped in on their practice facility, taking a break from the campaign trail. Former Hokies Chad Beasley and Ben Taylor were among the first to shake the chief executive's hand. Bush also played a quick game of catch with new Browns quarterback Jeff Garcia and Andre Davis before making a stop in Canton at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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We'll take a look at the local medical news making headlines this week - including information on why flat feet are nothing to walk away from.
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The state's largest producer of red angus cows is in Franklin County - and well see the unique way they beef up the industry as we visit your hometown - Ferrum.
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In health review,
Nurse-midwives find barriers to practicing in Virginia.
If you suffer from flat feet it could be considered a serious medical condition.
Plus--why some experts say breast milk is the best food for babies.
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Joy Sutton has more in today's Health Review.
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Christy Carter plans to breast feed her six month old daughter as long as she can -- but she's not the norm.
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((I THINK IT'S 67-PERCENT OF MOTHERS ARE BEGINNING TO BREAST FEED IN THE HOSPITAL AND THAT DROPS BY HALF BY SIX MONTHS. SO IT'S REALLY AN AMAZING STATISTIC IF YOU STOP AND THINK ABOUT THAT))
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The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends women breast feed exclusively for the first six months than continue for another six months after adding solids.
Breast milk has been shown to protect against illnesses such as allergies and ear infections, reduce the risk of childhood diabetes, increase bone density, and improve brain and nervous system function.
For moms it can protect against osteoporosis, reduce the risk for breast and ovarian cancer, and help with weight loss after the baby.
Christy says it's important that women have support during the process and that's why she turned to a lactation consultant.
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((IT JUST KIND OF HIT ME ONE DAY THAT I'M ALL SHE NEEDS AS FAR AS HER FOOD SUPPLY AND HER NOURISHMENT AND THAT'S AN AMAZING FEELING))
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Phyllis Turk says she is one of a few certified nurse mid-wives that are actually practicing in the Virginia because of all the restrictions in the state. She says one major barrier is the requirement that nurse mid-wives be under the supervision of a doctor.
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((PHYLLIS TURK/CERTIFIED NURSE-MIDWIFE; A BIG PROBLEM FOR US HAS BEEN THAT WORD "SUPERVISION". NO ONE KNOWS HOW TO INTERPRET IT, AND FOR PHYSICIANS VERY OFTEN IT MEANS THIS AS BEING RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CARE WE PROVIDE. AND THAT'S PRETTY INTIMIDATING))
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The lack of practicing nurse-midwives comes at time when the need for maternity care is growing, especially in rural parts of the state.
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And finally in health news, If you have flat feet don't worry you're not alone. It's a fairly common condition, but it can be serious if it's causing you pain.
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((IF YOU HAVE A FLAT FOOT THAT'S PAINFUL THAT'S VERY SERIOUS. THAT'S BECAUSE THE FLAT FOOT PLACES FORCES ACROSS THE REAR OF THE FOOT AND THE ANKLE JOINT WHICH ARE ABNORMAL FORCES, ABNORMAL FORCES ACROSS THESE JOINTS WILL LEAD TO DEVELOPMENTAL ARTHRITIS, ARTHRITIS WILL DAMAGE THE JOINT))
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And it's not just arthritis -- it can also lead to hammer toes or bunions as in the case of this patient.
Some people are born with flat feet while others others develop it over time.
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((SO THE BEST THING YOU CAN DO TO AVOID A FLAT FOOT IS TO WEAR PROPER FITTING SHOES. WEAR SOME TYPE OF SHOE SUPPORT THAT HELP FOOT BE STABLE AND THE HELP STRUCTURE OF THE FOOT TO MAINTAIN IT'S ANATOMICAL ALIGNMENT))
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They are a variety of treatment options -- surgery is a last resort. That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton.))


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Ferrum is the Latin term for iron, which was mined in Franklin Co. long ago. That's how the villiage of Ferrum got its name. The quaint community is the focus of this week's Your Hometown Report.
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In sports, The Red Sox and Cubs strike a deal, Salem looks for redemption over Lynchburg and Biffle speeds from last place to first and takes the checkered flag in the NASCAR Busch race. Travis Wells has details.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday morning, the family of a missing pregnant woman has asked volunteers to call off their search.

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and An accident in Botetourt County last night leaves two people dead We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes. [2-shot toss to Hello]

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A Northern Virginia man is recovering after falling 30-feet from the Cascades in Giles County. Authorities say 24-year-old Ian McWan of Woodbridge was hiking in the area with a friend around five o-clock, when he slipped and fell. McWan was airlifted to Roanoke Memorial Hospital for head and knee injuries -- although officials say he WAS conscious when rescue crews pulled him from the water. Officials say he could face charges of trespassing -- for going beyond a restricted area.

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The Roanoke Rescue Mission is hoping for financial recovery to help pay for its newest addition.
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The exterior of the 41- thousand square foot Women and Children's Shelter is complete. Crews are now working on the interior. The building will house the mission's Recovery Program, which ministers to women with alcohol and drug addictions - two of the leading causes of homelessness.
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((LEE CLARK: THIS RECOVERY PROGRAM HELPS PEOPLE BY GIVING THEM 18 TO 24 MONTHS TO GO THROUGH A COMPLETE RECOVERY. MENTAL, PHYSICAL, SPIRITUAL RECOVERY SO THEY CAN LEAD A LIFE VERY DIFFERENTLY. IT WILL BE ONE OF THE ONLY PLACES ANYWHERE WHERE A WOMAN CAN GET HELP AND KEEP HER FAMILY WITH HER - KEEP HER DEPENDENT CHILDREN WITH HER WHILE SHE GETS THIS HELP.))
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Clark says a number of women are waiting in line for the program. The mission has already raised more than three-and a half- million- dollars, but still needs another 150- thousand to finish the project.
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Clark encourages anyone who's never been to the mission to stop by. Tours are offered every Monday at noon.

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17-people are dead after a car bomb in Baghdad, a suicide bombing in Mosul and renewed fighting in Fallujah. Meanwhile, nearly 130-detainees in Baghdad are back with loved ones.
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It's part of a U.S. move to cut the Abu Ghraib (grabe)prison population in half and send detainees home to their families. Relatives of the prisoners packed the shoulder of the highway outside the prison, waiting for their loved ones to emerge from behind the thick stonewalls and the barbed wire. Abu Ghraib was at the centre of a scandal over allegations that American prison guards abused Iraqi detainees. U.S. authorities have released thousands of detainees from the prison in the last three months.
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Coming up, A grant is helping one Danville Institute speed up the job market
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Student-organized bible study groups meeting on school grounds. It's ok for other club, but is this violating seperation of church and state. We'll examine the issue after the break.
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The recent battle to try to remove "God" from the Pledge of Allegiance highlighted the constant struggle between those who want "God" banned from public schools altogether... and those who don't. One controversial mix of religion and public schools is student Bible clubs, which are said to be growing in popularity. Sharyl Attkisson has the story.
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A higher learning institution in Danville is hoping it can put the area's job market on the fast track.
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The Institute for Advanced Learning and Research recently received 1- point- 3 million dollars from the Virginia Tobacco Commission. The grant will be used to support the Institute's "VIPER" program which focuses on research to advance racing performance. VIPER research will eventually serve auto makers and suppliers. Programs are now being planned to attract higher paying *motorsports-related* jobs to the region. Virginia Tech and Virginia International Raceway are also partners in the VIPER Program.
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Drinking enough water is essential to summer fun! But don't wait until its too late - Find out why
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[take sunday shapeup board fs] in today's Sunday Shapeup.
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