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Coming up on News 7-
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Six Iraqi guardsmen are killed are killed in two separate attacks in Iraq. Some young politicians hit the streets in Roanoke County. And man's best friend puts on his best duds in Roanoke. Plus, a Philly man gives new meaning to the phrase walk a mile in my shoes.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]

News 7 is next.

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U-S forces say they have caught some key members of a terrorist organization in Iraq, but the violence in that nation continues.
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[ANCHOR=Myranda]
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

[Iraq]


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Six Iraqi National Guardsmen have been killed in two separate attacks today. In one incident, a suicide bomber attacked a checkpoint south of *Samarra*. In the second -- a land mine exploded as a convoy passed by. Meanwhile, U-S officials say they are closer to *closing a ring of insurgents* in Fallujah. Don Kirk has details.
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[SUPER=01-Don Kirk/CBS News; :47]
[SUPER=01-Maj. Charlie Mayo/British Army Spokesman; 1:07]
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((CLOSING IN ON A TERRORIST....MARINES SAY THEY'VE CAPTURED ONE OF ABDUL AL ZARQAWI'S TOP LEADERS - AND FIVE OTHERS IN HIS NETWORK - IN A RAID ON A SAFE HAVEN INSIDE FALLUJAH. SHIELDED BY AIR AND ARTILLERY STRIKES, THE MARINES ARE POISED ON THE EDGE OF THE REBEL-HELD CITY.. (NAT) STILL MORE LOOK FOR INSURGENTS IN WESTERN IRAQ.
(ramadi attack video)

V/O: THEY FAILED, HOWEVER, TO STOP A SUICIDE BOMBER FROM BLOWING UP HIS CAR AT THE GATES OF A BASE IN THE BARREN DESERT. THE MARINES ESCAPED, THE BOMB RIPPED THROUGH A POLICE STATION, KILLING AT LEAST SIXTEEN IRAQIS AND WOUNDING MANY OTHERS. AND IN BAGHDAD A MINE SET A BRADLEY FIGHTING VEHICLE ABLAZE.... WOUNDING FIVE U.S. SOLDIERS PATROLLING THE DANGEROUS ROAD TO THE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT..... ACROSS IRAQ....U.S. FORCES ARE STRETCHED THIN....CLEARLY IN NEED OF HELP.
(BRIDGE: ) THE BRITISH ARE COMING....THEY'RE GEARING UP TO REPLACE AMERICANS IN THE HOTBED SOUTH OF BAGHDAD....WHILE MO

RE U.S.TROOPS FOCUS ON THE FLASHPOINT OF FALLUJAH....
(V/O:) EIGHT HUNDRED AND FIFTY TROOPS FROM THE BLACK WATCH REGIMENT ARE COMING NORTH FROM BASRAH...CONFIDENT THEY CAN D

EAL WITH URBAN WARFARE IN A REBEL-INFESTED REGION. THE BRITISH MOVE FREES ABOUT THE SAME NUMBER OF U.S. SOLDIERS TO BACK UP THE MARINES AROUND FALLUJAH.

SOT Maj. Charlie Mayo/British Army Spokesman

They want to disrupt the insurgents that are causing so much damage and unhappiness to the local population. BUT NO ONE SEEMS TO KNOW WHERE TERRORISTS ARE HIDING THEIR LATEST HIGH-PROFILE HOSTAGE - BRITISH AID WORKER MARGARET HASSAN....THE KIDNAPPERS SEE HASSAN AS A BARGAINING CHIP IN A DEADLY GAME- ONE IN WHICH BOTH SIDES ARE KEEPING UP THE PRESSURE WITH THEIR MOST FEARED WEAPONS - WHETHER AIR STRIKES OR CAR BOMBS. DK))

[Radford-Shooting]


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Three people in Radford were injured in a shooting early this morning. Police say the shots were fired shortly before two o'clock in the 12-hundred block of Lawrence Street. The victims were taken to Carilion New River Valley Medical Center, where they were treated for non-life threatening wounds. 25 year old Ronmel Pittman of Brooklyn, New York was charged with malicous wounding. He is being held at the New River Valley Regional Jail without bond.


[81-Update]


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Two people remain in the hospital after yesterday's multi-car accident in Botetourt County.
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90 year old Monica Phillips is listed in critical condition at Roanoke Memorial Hospital, and 20 year old John Meter is in serious condition -- after yesterday's wreck. Four others who were injured have been released. The accident happened around nine yesterday morning when a tractor trailer jackknifed on spilled diesel fuel. Two S-U-Vs then slammed into the truck, catching fire. Interstate-81 was closed for several hours yesterday, but has been reopened.
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[Street-Rally]


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Some local teenagers gathered in Roanoke County today for what you could call a political party.
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Hidden Valley High School's young republicans and young democrats showed their support for their candidates of choice.
Most in the group haven't even reached 18 yet -- but thought it was important that their voices were heard.
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[IN Q=There are a few of us that]

((HANNAH CONKLIN:THERE ARE A FEW OF US THAT ARE EIGHTEEN-- THERE'S A FEW THAT ARE ELIGIBLE. BUT MOST OF US ARE YOUNGER AND WE JUST WANT TO GIVE AS MUCH SUPPORT AS WE CAN EVEN THOUGH WE CAN'T VOTE.))
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[OUT Q=even though we can't vote.]
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This was originally a republican rally but once the young democrats got wind of their plans they decided to man the median.
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[IN Q=I think it's going great.]

((JASON HARTSEL:I THINK IT'S GOING GREAT. WE HAVE A FEW LESS SUPPORTERS OUT HERE BUT WE HAVE A LOT MORE SPIRIT AND I THINK WE HAVE SEEN SOME PEOPLE HONKING THEIR HORNS-- THERE ARE SOME KERRY SUPPORTERS IN THE ROANOKE VALLEY AND I THINK THAT IMPORTANT FOR EVERYONE TO KNOW.))
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[OUT Q=important for eveyone to know.]
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The poll numbers for this year's presidential race continue to predict a close finish -- which is why the teens are encouraging everyone who can -- to vote.
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[Ferrum-Festival]


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The annual Ferrum Folklife Festival kicked off today despite the hazy weather.
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The streets surrounding the Ferrum College Campus were full once again. Ferrum's campus houses everything -- old time tractors, crafts, vintage cars, and even a petting zoo for the kids. The festival was minus one tradition-- political stumping. But, that didn't mean they couldn't come out for the fun.
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[IN Q=I've never been here]

((AL WEED:I'VE NEVER BEEN HERE I WAS LISTENING TO A BLUE GRASS PROGRAM EARLY THIS MORNING AND I HEARD THEY WERE GOING TO HAVE SOMETHING SET UP HERE ABOUT BLUE GRASS AND SEE IF I COULD MEET THIS GUY THAT I HAVE BEEN LISTENING TO ON THE RADIO FOR THE LAST THREE OR FOUR YEARS.))
[SUPER=01-Al Weed/(D) Candidate for Congress]
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[OUT Q=last three or four years.]
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A traditional string band performed as residents and visitors from out of town circled the campus searching for their favorite spot of Blue Ridge culture. The gloomy weather couldn't stop this year's festival from taking over Ferrum and bringing the past alive.
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[Heart-Walk]


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Some folks in Roanoke got their hearts pumping -- to help the *American Heart Association* get its funds pumping.

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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]

Walkers streamed out of the gates this morning in Explore Park to raise money for patients affected by cardiovascular diseases. Thousands of walkers, survivors, and volunteers laced up their sneakers for the cause.
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[IN Q=The American Heart Association relies]

((TOM MILLER:THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION RELIES HEAVILY ON DONATIONS FROM BUSINESSES AND INDIVIDUALS TO PROVIDE CONDUCT THEIR RESEARCH AND PROVIDE THEIR EDUCATION AND CPR CLASSES. SO A FUNDRAISER LIKE THIS CAN RAISE A LOT OF MONEY FOR THOSE CAUSES.))
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[OUT Q=of money for those causes.]
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The goal for this year's event was to raise 215-thousand dollars. According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death in Virginia.
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[Flu-Alternatives]


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If you can't get the flu shot this year, there are other medications you can take that can lessen the severity of the flu or even prevent it. But first, you need a prescription.
Joy Sutton explains.
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(( With a limited supply of the flu vaccine this year --some people may be concerned they won't be protected against the flu.
But the shot -- isn't the only line of defense.
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[IN Q=If you were exposed to a family member that]

((IF YOU WERE EXPOSED TO A FAMILY MEMBER THAT HAD THE FLU. YOU COULD GET ONE OF THESE MEDICATIONS AND START IT WITHIN THE FIRST 48 HOURS OF EXPOSURE THAT WILL PREVENT YOUR FROM CONTRACTING THE FLU))
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Pharmacist James Black is talking about medications like Tamiflu. These drugs can also be taken as a prevention measure as well even if you haven't been exposed.
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[IN Q=But here you're talking about]

((BUT HERE YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT TAKING IT FOR SEVERAL WEEKS. THEY HAVE SIDE EFFECTS SUCH AS NAUSEA, HEADACHES, DIARRHEA THINGS LIKE THAT. SO YOU HAVE TO BALANCE WHERE YOU WANT TO BE TAKING SOMETHING THAT LONG TO PREVENT THE FLU))
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But even if you do get the flu -- these medications can reduce the its severity --if they're taken early enough.
Medical Center Pharmacy has been stocking up on Tamiflu because of the flu vaccine shortage.
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[IN Q=If they have risk factors and they want some]

((IF THEY HAVE RISK FACTORS AND THEY WANT TO HAVE SOME OF THIS ON HAND. THEY CAN CALL THEIR PHYSICIAN AND SEE ABOUT GETTING A PRESCRIPTION FOR IT AHEAD OF TIME))
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Meanwhile --U-S Health officials are expecting to get more of the flu vaccine.
Aventis Pasteur will be providing an additional 2-point-6 million doses in January.
Joy Sutton, News 7 Roanoke.))
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Celebrating a landmark judicial decision in the New River Valley. That story is still ahead on News 7 at 11.
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[VO-NAT]

and also, some hot wheels were on display in Roanoke County to help raise money for kids in need.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, UVA powers past Duke behind the running of Alvin Pearman. We'll go truckin' in Martinsville, and preview Sunday's Subway 500. All that and more on the way in sports.)) [NAACP]

((MINI OPEN))


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The 50-year celebration of integration in schools continued tonight in Radford.
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The Montgomery-Radford-Floyd Chapter of the NAACP held its annual Freedom Fund Banquet at Radford University. More than 400-people attended tonight's event, which recognized the 50-year anniversary of Brown versus the Board of Education. Organizers say it was a turning point in our nation's history -- but the struggle for racial equality in schools still continues today.
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((OUR SCHOOLS OF COURSE ARE STILL VERY SEGREGATED, AND ALSO THE RESOURCES THAT GO TO DIFFERENT SCHOOLS ARE VERY INEQUITABLE AND SO WE STILL HAVE A FIGHT ON OUR HANDS.))
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Smith-Jackson says it is the NAACP's mission to push for diversity in schools both at the national and local levels.
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[Transportation]


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Supporters of the Virginia Museum of Transporation donned their best to help out the center tonight.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

The black-tie affair was complete with some vintage racecars. This was the first time that the museum has put on the event, and organizers hope it will rev up fundraising efforts.


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((BOB DILLS/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF VA. MUSEUM OF TRANSPORTATION: THIS IS OUR FIRST SIGNATURE EVENT, AN ANNUAL EVENT THAT WILL BE CALLED WANDERLUST WITH A SUBTHEME EVERY YEAR AND THIS YEAR IT IS GRAND PRIX CELEBRATING THE BEST OF THE BEST OF GRANDPRIX AND OUR NEW AUTOMOBILE GALARY))
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[OUT Q=our new automobile gallery.]
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In celebration to the theme, Grand Prix veteran Phil Hill was in attendance, along with the national spokesperson of the museum, actor Perry King. The event exceeded expectations with 250 people. Organizers say they hope next year's event will be even bigger.
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[Cars-Trucks]


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It didn't matter if you were a Ford or a Chevy fan to appreciate the cars and trucks that were on display today in Roanoke County.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

Tanglewood Mall played host to some pretty impressive rides. This was the second year for the show -- and organizers hope there will be more to come. Not only was the event a benefit for those showing off their cars, but all proceeds from the event went to Slam Duncan's Children's Charities here in the Roanoke Valley.
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Still looking for that perfect pumpkin? We'll show you one place where proceeds from each gourd go to help a local church...
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[VO-NAT]

and one man is trying to step into the record books, one moonwalk at a time.
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[Commercial]

[Oktoberfest]


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It was all about German beer and polka today in Roanoke.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

The Oktoberfest boasted crafts, sing-a-longs, and of course all the brats and sauerkraut you could handle. A band playing traditional German folk tunes enticed some to dance. The beer garden provided a traditional German beer along with some domestic brews. Consumption however was considerably less than the Oktoberfest celebrated in Germany-- festival goers there downed nearly one and a half million gallons of beer during the German national holiday.
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[Pumpkin-Patch]


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If you still need to buy a pumpkin or just want to see what a thousand pumpkins look like then you'll want to head over to Southwest Roanoke.
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South Roanoke Methodist Church on Jefferson Street is holding its annual pumpkin patch fundraiser.
The pumpkins are grown by Native Americans in Mexico and then shipped here to Roanoke.
30-percent of the profits remain at the church.
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((TERRY WILKINSON:OUR FIRST YEAR WE SOLD 6000 DOLLARS WORTH OF PUMPKINS AND LAST YEAR WE SOLD 12,000 SO WE THINK THATS A LOT OF PUMPKINS TO SELL OFF OUR FRONT YARD.))
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[OUT Q=to sell off our front yard.]
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The pumpkin patch has more than 16-hundred pumpkins.
It will be open Sunday from one to five and then all next week from ten until eight.
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[Pet-Land]


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Man's best friend dressed up for a cause today in Roanoke.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

Petland held it's first "Pet Pride" contest today to benefit the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Owners came in with their dogs dressed to impress. After showing off for the judges the dogs were scored and the winner was crowned. All of the donations collected will help the children afflicted with cancer and other diseases at St. Jude's.
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[S-Extra]


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Coming up, Virginia bounces back from its first loss of the season to beat Duke, Jamie McMurray makes history on the track in Martinsville, and Rusty Wallace talks tires, and speaking of racing, that's the subject of tonight's extra point.
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[SUPER=03-Memphis, TN/NBC Sports; :00]


Martin Truex, Jr. outdueled Greg Biffle in Memphis this afternoon in the Busch Sam's Town 250. It was the 6th win of the season for Truex who now leads Kyle Busch by 208 points. Busch was 14th.
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[S-Cavaliers]


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14th ranked Virginia responded from a Florida State blowout by beating Duke 37-16. Steve Mason has a recap from Durham.
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[SUPER=01-Jermaine Hardy/1 Tackle for UVa; :48]
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[SUPER=01-Alvin Pearman/223 Yards Rushing on 38 Carriers; 1:39]
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[S-Blitz]


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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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[VO-NAT]
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Elswhere around the ACC, Wake Forest had 5th ranked Florida State on the ropes most of the afternoon.
The Deacs were getting to Wyatt Sexton, and converted two turnovers into points, including this 36 yard fumble return by Brad White.
But the Noles turned things up late. Sexton hit Dominic Robinson on a 46 yard TD strike.
FSU still needed a Xavier Beitia field goal with a minute left to escape 20 to 17.
[SUPER=03-Starkville, MS/Jefferson Pilot-Raycom; :30]


Sylvester Croom picked up his first SEC win. Mississippi State got a 37 yard touchdown run from Jerious Norwood with 32 ticks left to upset Florida 38 to 31.
[SUPER=03-South Bend, IN/NBC Sports; :42]


And Boston College rallied from a 20 to 7 halftime deficit to beat Notre Dame for the 4th straight time. Paul Peterson's 30 yard strike to Tony Gonzalez with 54 seconds left was the clincher in a 24-23 win.
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[S-Trucks]


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The Craftsman Truck Series took center stage at the Martinsville Speedway today with the running of the Kroger 200. Qualifying was rained out so points leader Bobby Hamilton started on the pole.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville; :00]


But all kinds of mechanical problems ended Hamilton's day prematurely. He lost the points lead to Dennis Setzer thanks to a 26th place finish.
There was plenty of yellow today, with 10 caution flags for 68 laps. Check out Steve Park as he used some bumper love to move Jack Sprague out of the way. Jon Wood got the tail end of the mess, but did recover to finish 4th.
Jamie McMurray held off Setzer on a restart with 12 laps to go and went on to take the checkered flag for his first ever Truck Series win. Jamie Mac is now one of only 8 drivers to have a victory in the Cup series, the Busch Series and the trucks.
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[S-Cup]


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Rusty Wallace led this morning's Happy Hour practice session for tomorrow's Subway 500 at Martinsville. Rusty says he likes the track's new surface, but tire wear might be an issue in Sunday's race.
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[SUPER=01-Dale Earnhardt, Jr./Starts 3rd in Subway 500; :19]
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[OUT Q=if you have to have one."]
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[Moonwalking-Man]


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He sold millions of records with his signature moonwalk.
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[SUPER=03-Philadelphia, PA;]

But another man named Michael in Philadelphia hopes HIS moonwalk will BREAK records. 25-year-old Michael Gage has his heart and soul set on breaking the long distance moonwalking record this weekend. (------------) His record breaking attempt -- beating a mile and a half moonwalk in just one hour.