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The rain went away.. but the damage is left behind.
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A look around the region- the state and the East Coast at the damage.
A Virginia Tech graduate is killed in fighting in Iraq.
Plus a look at what's on the runways now.. that may be in stores next spring. Fashion Week kicks off in New York.
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News 7 at Eleven is next.

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A day of dangerous flooding has given way to receding floodwater.
But the damage from Frances is only now becoming apparent.
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((NOW WE'RE JUST GOING TO HAVE TO WAIT. COULD BE A DAY MAYBE TWO DAYS BUT THEY'LL EVENTUALLY GET IT OPENED BACK UP.))


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The worst of Frances' flooding is over. All that remains are a few showers.
But the damage caused by the storm will be around a lot longer. One Example in Roanoke County--
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;]

On Poor Mountain Road, a culvert gave way to flood waters after debris backed up- the water you see here is several feet lower than at the height of the storm. Asphalt buckled as water rushed beneath it. VDOT crews were forced to bust out the entire culvert because it was causing the water to snake around to a neighbor's house. For several families, the only safe way to get to the main road is now on foot.
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((JIM GUSLER/RESIDENT; THERES ABOUT 5 FAMILIES UP PAST US THEY'RE USING A BRIDGE THAT WE HAVE CROSSING THE CREEK ON OUR PROPERTY GETTING IN AND OUT WALKING RIGHT NOW SO AT LEAST WE CAN GET THE PEOPLE IN AND OUT IF WE NEED TO FOR EMERGENCIES.))
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Residents will cross the private bridge by vehicle only if an emergency should arise. For now, they say they'll continue to wait it out.
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[Flood-Wrap]


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Just about every part of our viewing area saw rain, some more than others.
The storm flooded many streets, homes, and tested a lot of people's patience.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /Microwave;]


For a wrap of today's events we turned to Justin McLeod who is live along the Roanoke River. Justin, you were there last night, what's it like tonight?
Jean, first of all what a day it was.
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It rained so much for so long some areas received nearly ten inches of rain today.
That of course caused flooding like here at Wasena Park but as you can see behind me the water has already receded significantly.
Now it's time to clean up the mess and look back at a day that could be best described wet and wild ride.
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((((NAT SOUND OF RAINING IN ROANOKE, SHOT MAYBE AT 7:32:42))
We begin in Roanoke where the city saw some of the worst flooding in years.
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((RALPH TARTAGLIA/ROANOKE CITY FIRE DEPT.: THE WAY OUR CITY IS LAID OUT WE HAVE PLENTY OF PLACES THAT ARE PREVALENT FROM FLOODING.)) [Runs04]
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This Ramada Inn on Franklin Road is one of them.
Hotel guests got a rude awakening after the river turned the parking lot into a swimming pool.
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((CAROL HUERBIN/HOTEL GUEST: ONE OF THE EMS CAME UP AND TOLD US WE HAD TO GET OUT.)) [Runs04]
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They were in better shape down the road at Roanoke Memorial Hospital. (shots at 9:54:10)
As a precaution, crews put up a flood barrier just in case.
Roads near the hospital had to be closed due to flooding (shots at 10:48:52) In fact, the storm forced the closure more than 30 roads in Roanoke.
Often times the water is deeper than it appears, something one motorist in Clearbrook found out the hard way.
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Some roads like this one in Franklin County were closed but motorists drove through it anyway. (FRANKLIN FLOODING TAPE AT 3:14)
But many motorists like this one in Rockbridge County decided to wait it out.
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((SUSAN FLOYD/ROCKBRIDGE CO. RESIDENT: NO, NO CHANCES. UNTIL I CAN ACTUALLY WALK TO THAT BRIDGE, I WON'T WALK ACROSS THAT BRIDGE.)) [Runs04]
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Accidents also caused problems. State Police worked several including this one on Interstate 77 in Giles County.
A tractor trailer hydro-planed and went over a guardrail and down an embankment.
The storm also prompted many schools to let out early and even forced the evacuation of this animal shelter in Henry County.
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((LESLIE HERVEY/SPCA OF MARTINSVILLE/HENRY CO: THE ANIMALS WILL BE FINE. OUR RECORDS MAY NOT BE BUT OUR ANIMALS WILL BE FINE.)) [Runs04]
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((NAT SOUND OF KERR'S CREEK))
The most remarkable pictures from the storm came from raging creeks and rivers.
While the water flooded many homes and scared a lot of people, some took advantage of the situation.
We found fisherman along the James River and at least one resident who rode out the storm in his houseboat.
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((BERNARD NOBLE/LYNCHBURG RESIDENT: YOU CAN STAY ON THIS THING. AS LONG AS YOU STAY ON IT YOU'RE SAFE.)) [Runs04]
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Many who lost their power now have it back.
According to A-E-P, about 700 are still in the dark, many of them in Roanoke.
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Jean, as for the roadways that were closed, many have since re-opened.

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While today's storm touched off tornado warnings in our area, there were no twisters on the ground.
It's a different story in Eastern Virginia.
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A suspected tornado touched down in Caroline County, north of Richmond, this afternoon.
It hit just as Bowling Green Elementary was about to release its 500 students for the day.
Teachers kept children in the hallways as the twister toppled some 200 trees on the school grounds and flattened a picnic pavilion.
That same storm demolished at least six homes.
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[Rain-NYC]


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It's not just this region dealing with Frances-
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Pounding rain caused chaos from North Carolina to New York City.
Rain swamped most of North Carolina.
More than 11 inches fell overnight near Asheville.
In New Jersey, trees are down and some businesses are flooded.
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And in New York City, the wet weather clogged the subways.. many trains were suspended.
At the U-S Open in Queens... tennis was no match for mother nature. The afternoon matches were rained out.
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President Bush passed out ice and water to Floridians today-
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It is his second visit in just a couple of months to view Hurricane Damage.
The President also signed an emergency aid bill for Florida.
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((PRESIDENT BUSH: THIS MORNING I SIGNED A 2 BILLION IN ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR CLEANUP, FEMA RELIEF, EMERGENCY FOOD SHELTERS AND MEDICAL CARE.))
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The President says the money will also go to help citrus farmers who've lost their crops to the hurricane.
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One man was killed when his S-U-V hit a tractor-trailer head on.
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[TAKE MAP FULL]
State police say it happened about 3:45 this afternoon on Route 57, just west of Chatham.
Troopers say 48-year old Stephen L Powell of Hardy was on the wrong side of a two-lane road when he hit the rig.
Powell died at the scene.
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[Bedford-Wells]


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Bedford says contamination around the city's old landfill is not spreading.
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Today the city announced the results of the latest round of water testing.
City officials say contamination in many wells actually decreased, others registered no contamination.
Two wells showed slightly increased levels, but engineers say the increases were not significant.
The city is still reviewing options for building a waterline near the old landfill.
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New developments today in the case against Marcus Vick and two other Virginia Tech football players.
The story when News 7 returns.
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It survived a trip to the sun, but did this NASA spacecraft survive its return to earth?
More on the rough landing of Genesis next.
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(( Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 Sports office as Terry Holland officially takes over at East Carolina. The rain creates a muddy mess and washes out of Friday Football Extra's marquee games this week. We'll head to Carroll County and check in with a young man who's blazing a new trail, JJ gets some preseason pub - right here on the Big 7.))
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After three years orbiting the sun, the space capsule Genesis has crashed into the Utah desert.
That was not the way it was supposed to happen.
A helicopter was supposed to hook the capsule's parachute as it fell to earth, but the parachute never opened.


As John Lisk reports, the works is on to figure out if the cosmic samples inside have been destroyed.
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((AFTER TWO-AND-A-HALF YEARS IN SPACE, GENESIS PLUMMETED INTO THE BARREN UTAH DESERT AT ABOUT 193 MILES PER HOUR, BURROWING INTO THE SAND. THE PARACHUTES DESIGNED TO SLOW THE DESCENT SO A HELICOPTER COULD SNAG THE CAPSULE OUT OF MIDAIR NEVER DEPLOYED. OBSERVERS COULD SEE SOMETHING WAS WRONG WHEN GENESIS WAS TUMBLING RATHER THAN SPINNING LIKE A FRISBEE. Roy Haggard/Vertigo Incorporated: From our perspective, you know, we're sorry we didn't get to perform the midair retrieval that we'd trained so hard to perform. But our hearts really go out to the science team. THE CRAFT HAD CAPTURED BILLIONS OF PARTICLES OF SOLAR WIND DURING ITS TIME IN OUTER SPACE. SCIENTISTS HAD HOPED TO STUDY THOSE SAMPLES TO LEARN ABOUT BOTH THE ORIGINS OF THE EARTH AND THE COMPOSITION OF THE SUN. THE SOLAR PARTICLES WERE EMBEDDED IN SPECIALLY-DESIGNED TILES INSIDE GENESIS -- WAFERS THAT NEEDED TO BE GINGERLY INFUSED WITH NITROGEN TO AVOID CONTAMINATION AFTER RECOVERY. BUT THE CAPSULE CRACKED OPEN UPON IMPACT, SO THE FIRST EXTRATERRESTRIAL SAMPLES TO BE BROUGHT TO EARTH SINCE THE 1970s MAY HAVE BEEN CONTAMINATED. Andrew Dantzer/NASA: Once we get the capsule into the clean room, we can examine it in detail. We'll be able to determine how much science we'll be able to do. ONLY THEN WILL NASA KNOW WHETHER ITS 264-MILLION DOLLAR INVESTMENT PAID OFF AT ALL. IN ATLANTA, I'M JOHN LISK, REPORTING.))


[Harsley]


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He was once considered a "person of interest." Now he's considered a murder suspect.
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Yesterday, a Lynchburg grand jury indicted Emmitt Leonard Harsley on murder and firearms charges.
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Police believe he murdered a man outside the James Crossing apartments last week.
30- year old Clyde Arbrey Hilliard was killed.
Police are still looking for Harsely. Anyone with information should call Lynchburg Police.
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A handyman who beat and stabbed to death an elderly Christiansburg woman will be executed tomorrow night unless the governor or the courts intervene.
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58-year-old James Edward Reid is scheduled to die by lethal injection.
Reid murdered Annie Lester in her home in 1996 and was convicted of capital murder, attempted rape and attempted robbery.
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His lawyers argue that Virginia's method of execution constitutes cruel and unusual punishment because Reid would suffer pain before he dies.
Reid's lawyers took his case to the Fourth U-S Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday. Reid also has a clemency petition before Governor Mark Warner.

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Marcus Vick may have struck a deal with the prosecutor.
The 20 year old suspended quarterback has apprently decided not to try an appeal his conviction on morals charges.
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[SUPER=03-Christiansburg/May 14]

Tech receiver Brenden Hill pled "no contest" this morning to a single charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Under a plea agreement, he serves NO time, but will pay a 100-dollar fine and perform 24 hours of community service. The case resulted from a party at Vick's apartment last January involving girls just 14 and 15-years old. Vick and two other players were appealing earlier convictions. Vick's case is set for a plea Monday.
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[Price]


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Army Lieutenant Tim Price had already served in Iraq. He'd even come to his alma mater-- Virginia Tech-- to speak about his experiences.
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The school's Corps of Cadets says Price was back in Iraq when he was killed by hostile fire yesterday in Baghdad.


[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq/Yesterday;]


There was a major flare-up of fighting yesterday in the Baghdad slum of Sadr City. The Defense Department says several U-S soldiers were killed there.
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/April 8]


Price was a Midlothian native and a 2001 graduate of Virginia Tech.
In April, he spoke to Tech's Corps of Cadets about his experiences in Iraq.
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((1ST. LT. TIMOTHY PRICE/U. S. ARMY/APRIL 8; ALL IT SEEMS TO BE ON THE NEWS IS JUST THE BODY COUNT AND THAT'S JUST A SMALL/SMALL PART. THOSE SOLDIERS ARE SACRIFICING THEIR LIVES FOR JUST THE AMAZING PROGRESS WE'RE ARE MAKING IN THAT COUNTRY AND HOW WE ARE REALLY TAKING CARE OF THE PEOPLE WHO ARE OVER THERE.))
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Local Memorials are still being planned.
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Will we get a chance to dry out?
Robin has the forecast when we come back...
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While another hurricane makes a terrible mess in the Carribbean. The latest on Ivan when News 7 returns.
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[Day-Fire]


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As wet as it was today, it's hard to believe anything could catch fire.
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But a house on Day Avenue did.
Five people were inside the building when the fire broke out around noon.
No one was hurt.
Damage amounted to about 15-thousand dollars. The cause is under investigation.
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[Ivan]


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Frances has barely fizzled out and yet another Hurricane to talk about.
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This one is Ivan and it left behind destruction on Barbados where it slammed the island with 140 mile an hour winds.

On the island of Grenada- Ivan claimed 12 lives- and damaged 90 percent of the homes- it also destroyed a prison there.
Students at a medical school made up mostly of Americans say they've armed themselves with knives for fear of looters.
Ivan is forecast to cross Jamaica Friday and could be near Florida by Sunday.
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Terry Holland checks in from his new job, one of Friday's football games has been washed out. And we'll meet a young high school star who'll renew your faith in football. But first your Extra Point -
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Basketball season may be a long way off - but next Friday the Athlon preseason ACC hoop magazine hits newsstands, and Roanoke's own J.J. Redick will be on the cover with three of his ACC brethren. However, you'll have to cross the state line to get this version. It will only be available in North Carolina.
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[S-Holland]


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Less than two months after leaving his job as special assistant to the president at the University of Virginia, 62 year old Terry Holland has officially resurfaced as the athletic director at East Carolina.
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Holland formally accepted the job in Greenville, North Carolina this afternoon. He gets a five year contract and the challenge of resurrecting a program in a dysfunctional conference.
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ECU is a member of Conference USA which is mainly based in the central time zone. Travel is tough, and the school's once mighty football team was 1 and 11 last year, and oh and 1 this season.

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It looks like the rain stopped in plenty of time to keep most of Friday Football Extra's action intact for this Friday night. There is one postponement at this time. The Cave Spring at Northside game has been moved to Saturday night at 7pm. Partly because there is so much dirt and mud to deal with on the visitor's side with the installation of new bleachers.

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From the beginning of Friday Football Extra - some 21 years ago - we've always said the program is as much about communities as it is about high school football. Tonight, we're in the community of Hillsville where a football star has jumped a religious barrier to score points for an entire county.
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[OUT Q=...BEEN PRETTY GOOD SO FAR."]
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(( At first glance - Jose Wengerd looks like any other high school football player in southwest Virginia. In fact, a second glance would reveal nothing more - certainly not the fact that Wengerd and his family are Mennonites. ((DALE:)) Not because the Mennonite faith is against sports - but rather against the behavior that glorified competition often breeds. Things like ego and self-centeredness are frowned upon and for that reason the few Mennonites who are in public schools rarely if ever play. ((JOSE:)) ((DALE:)) ((JOSE:)) ((nat sound of dad and water bottle)) Wengerd's family now supports him wholeheartedly and like any mom and dad feel the pride when others brag on their son. As a junior he topped the 1000 yard mark rushing and led the team in tackles. And unlike many kids with talent - he's not wasting it - Jose is making the most of his unique opportunity.)) ((COACH:)) ((JOSE:))
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Jose says he never intended to make a statement by playing, but that he has noticed some of his church members checking things out at Carroll games this season.

[Fashion-Week]


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The rain may have slowed down the commuters in New York City today, but
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it did not slow down the fashion runways. This is Fashion Week. It kicked off today with a look the Spring 2005 collections.
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((KENNETH COLE: WE JUST CAME OFF A PERIOD OF FRILLY AND FLUFFY .. NOW WHAT PEOPLE WANT IS LESS IS MORE.))
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Others designers agree saying expect to see simple pieces. The fashion shows will highlight the eight day event from designers including Kenneth Cola, Ralph Lauren and Marc Jacobs. (------------)