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Coming up on News 7-
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Two teenagers are killed in a multi-car accident today in Roanoke. Investigators can't find a cause for a tobacco warehouse fire. And some Virginia Tech engineers prove remote control cars aren't just for kids. Plus, there's no place like THIS home when it comes to Halloween.
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News 7 is next.

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A multi-car accident shuts down a highway through Roanoke this morning, leaving two people dead.
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

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A statewide search is now on for the driver of the car that police say triggered the accident, killing two-teenaged girls. Susan Bahorich has the story.
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(( [nats@9:14:53.09] ((sirens wailing))
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Route 220 was closed for more than seven-hours Saturday morning after police say a hit and run driver caused a four-car accident.
18-year-old Shannon Cochran was driving Southbound on 220 just after two o'clock when another car cut her off at a high rate of speed.

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[INQ=What that caused her...]

((OFC. ROGER FULLER, ROANOKE CITY POLICE: WHAT THAT CAUSED HER TO DO IS SWERVE TO THE LEFT, HIT THE MEDIAN WALL AND FLIP UPSIDE DOWN AND TRAVEL SEVERAL YARDS SPINNING IN THE ROADWAY.))
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Initially Cochran and her three-passengers were okay, suffering only minor injuries. Three of the four had exited the vehicle when the car was hit by a Chevy Blazer -crushing and killing a 17-year old girl from Rockbridge County.
P7olice say the remaining three did not realize their friend had been hurt and were trying to make it to safety to the side of the road when the second fatality occurred.

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((OFC. ROGER FULLER, ROANOKE CITY POLICE: TWO WERE SAFE AND AT THAT POINT- OUT OF THE ROADWAY. BUT THE FEMALE WHO HAD MADE IT TO THE WALL WAS STRUCK AND THROWN INTO ONCOMING LANES IN THE NORTHBOUND PATH OF TRAFFIC.))
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She's been identified as 18-year-old Mary Ashley Meadows of Lynchburg.
Police say it's still preliminary, but don't think any charges will be filed against the drivers who crashed into the existing accident.
SB, News7, Roanoke.))

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Authorities continue to search for the hit and run driver. Police say he's a white male driving a small, green-teal sport car. They believe its a hyundai or honda. If you have any information your asked to call the Roanoke City Police.
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State Police are looking for a car that caused an accident involving one of their SERGEANTS today. Authorities say Sergeant Dan Jessee was driving his police motorcycle on Washington Avenue in Vinton near the Blairs Street intersection around 2-thirty. An older model red Dodge Neon pulled out in front of him, causing the wreck, before speeding off. Jessee was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital for his injuries.
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Anyone with information on the car that drove off is asked to call State Police at 1-800-542-5959.
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[Warehouse-Fire]


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Federal, state, and local investigators have completed their on-site examination of the fire that destroyed the Planter's tobacco warehouse in South Boston.
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Agents say the fire started in the southeast part of the building, but they could not say what caused the blaze. They add that there is NO evidence that the fire was intentionally set. The cause will be classified as undetermined while they do additional investigation and analysis of evidence.
The warehouse's owner says about 300-thousand pounds of tobacco were lost in Wednesday's fire.
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[NTSB-Investigation]


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Federal investigators searching for the cause of the Hendrick Motorsports plane crash in Patrick County say it's critical not to jump to conclusions.
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This week, investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board documented the wreck site on Bull Mountain, while others reviewed aircraft maintenance records, pilot training, voice communications and radar data.
Lead investigator Brian Rayner says it's important to gather as much information as possible before drawing any conclusions.
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((IF YOU FOCUS ON ONE THING IT COULD BE AT THE EXCEPTION OF WHAT REALLY IS THE ISSUE. AND SO IT'S VERY HARD. YOU STRUGGLE WITH IT, BECAUSE SOMETIMES YOU SEE THINGS THAT APPEAR OBVIOUS AND THEY'RE NOT A CAUSE. THEY'RE A RESULT.))
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Rayner says the NTSB will release a preliminary report on the accident in about a week.
It may be several months before board members adopt a final report and issue a probable cause of the accident.

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[Iraq-Marines]


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Today has been the bloodiest day in almost six months for U-S forces in Iraq. Eight U-S marines were killed and nine wounded by a car bomb outside of Fallujah.
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Meanwhile, another car bomb exploded outside of an Arabic T-V network killing seven -- and injuring 19. The blast seriously damaged the network's building, including its broadcast room. The explosion, which rocked central Baghdad, sparked a huge fire in the building. A militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
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[Kerry]


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In his race for President -- Senator John Kerry is going back to where it all began -- Iowa. That's where Kerry won the state's first in the nation caucus. The Midwest state was one of the stops on his swing through THREE battleground states today. Jennifer Miller was there.
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((WITH THE ELECTION ONLY THREE DAYS AWAY SENATOR JOHN KERRY IS HITTING AMERICA'S HEARTLAND HARD.
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11:30:18 "This is your moment to hold GWB accountable." LOCATOR: APPLETON, WI THE SENATOR'S SWING THROUGH THREE BATTLE GROUND STATES BEGAN IN WISCONSIN WHERE BOTH HE AND PRESIDENT BUSH CAMPAIGNED
AND CRITICIZED ONE ANOTHER. KERRY BLAMED THE PRESIDENT FOR LETTING OSAMA BIN LADEN ESCAPE INTO THE AFGHAN MOUNTAINS. BUT HIS RESPONSE TO THE OCTOBER SURPRISE THIS NEWLY RELEASED VIDEO TAPE ... WAS MORE PATRIOTIC THAN POLITICAL.
11:13:08 "As Americans, we are united in our determination to destroy, capture, kill OBL and all of the terrorists, they are barbarians." STANDUP BRIDGE: THE SENATOR'S AIDES CALL THIS KERRY'S CLOSING ARGUMENTS IT IS HIS FINAL PITCH TO VOTERS FOCUSING ON A SAFER AMERICA AND TOUTING DOMESTIC ISSUES SUCH AS LOWERING THE DEFICIT AND PROVIDING HEALTHCARE CONCERNS THAT HIT HOME WITH VOTERS.

SOT Josh Swallow/Voting for Kerry

These are the things I'm talking about. I'm a Republican who switched to the Democratic party.
(KERRY W/ VOTERS ONE ON ONE)

THIS LATE IN THE RACE, THE FIGHT FOR THE OVAL OFFICE IS PERSONAL...
(nat pop w/kerry at table - voter yells '3 more days')

AND KERRY IS DOING ALL HE CAN TO EARN EVERY LAST VOTE. THE SENATOR REMINDED VOTERS TIME IS RUNNING OUT AND TO TURN BACK THEIR CLOCKS. 11:05:33 "and if you don't turn 'em back one hour and you wind up not voting on Tuesday - George Bush is gonna turn the clock back 30 years - (wild applause) so you better vote!" 9 sec. KERRY'S CAMPAIGN COULD USE THAT EXTRA HOUR. THE LATEST NEWSWEEL POLL HAS HIM TRAILING PRESIDENT BUSH BY SIX POINTS.
(NATS) JENNIFER MILLER CBS NEWS, DES MOINES IOWA.))



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Meanwhile, President Bush is also making a whirlwind tour of the midwest, touting his experience fighting terror. Aleen Sirgany has more.
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((MINNESOTA - PRESIDENT BUSH'S THIRD STOP ON HIS SATURDAY CAMPAIGN SPRINT TO THE FINISH.

BUSH: put me and dick cheney back in office IN THE LAST WEEKEND TO STUMP FOR VOTES - BUSH PULLED OUT ALL THE STOPS - HITTING ONE MIDWEST STATE AFTER ANOTHER ASKING FOR SUPPORT - EVEN FROM THE OTHER SIDE. BUSH: If you want a safer America ... need your vote. Sirgany Bridge: here in green bay president bush desperately trying to assure history does not repeat itself in 2000 he lost wisconsin to al gore by just fifty seven hundred votes - and once again its neck and neck here. This Wisconsin voter says she doesn't want Bush re-elected. MOS: Linda Bisick he's not doing the job - if i don't do the job i get fired While Perry Rank's choice is pro Bush - his attitude isn't. MOS: Perry Rank Q: who are you voting for? A: George Bush... why? 'cause he is the lesser of two evils. LOOKING TO CONVINCE VOTERS HE'S MORE THAN JUST THE BETTER OF TWO BAD CHOICES - PRESIDENT BUSH BLASTED WHAT HE CALLED KERRY'S PROPENSITY TO CHANGE POSITIONS ON CRITICAL MATTERS LIKE NATIONAL SECURITY... BY COMPARING THE SENATOR TO THE WEATHER.
BUSH SOT: you don't like it wait a little bit and it'll change

IN LIGHT OF THE RECENT BIN LADEN TAPE AND HEIGHTEND FEARS OF ANOTHER ATTACK - SOME ANALYSTS BELIEVE BUSH'S TOUGH STANCE ON TERROR COULD BOLSTER HIS ARGUMENT THAT KEEPING HIM IN OFFICE IS THE BEST WAY TO KEEP AMERICA SAFE. AS, CBS NEWS WISCONSIN.))
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Still ahead on News 7 at 11, could the election end up taking as long as it did four years ago?
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and some college students in the area get a hand in operating some driverless vehicles.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, VMI goes after its first win of the season in Harrisonburg. Liberty comes up big in the Big South, and Tech battles UVa on the soccer pitch. Plus, Boston turns out to party with the Red Sox. All that and more on the way in sports.))
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Three days left and both sides of the political fence are rallying the troops.
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In Christiansburg today, democrats kicked off their ten rally tour around southwestern Virginia.
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[IN Q=We offer a clear alternative.]

((RICK BOUCHER:WE OFFER A CLEAR ALTERNATIVE. AND THAT IS A POSITIVE CAMPAIGN BASED ON IDEAS FOR THE FUTURE.)) ((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER:THE ELECTION IS THREE DAYS AWAY. NOW IT'S DOWN TO CRUNCH TIME. NOW I THINK IT'S DOWN TO PEOPLE TALKING TO PEOPLE AND I THINK THE MOST IMPORTANT THING THAT PEOPLE CAN DO IS GET OUT AND VOTE.))
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Yesterday, republicans joined together to cheer on their candidates.
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[IN Q=And let people know this is a]

((KEVIN TRIPLETT:AND LET PEOPLE KNOW THIS IS A WINNABLE RACE. I SPENT ABOUT 14 YEARS IN NASCAR AND I KNOW ABOUT RACING AND I KNOW ABOUT WINNING RACES.)) ((SENATOR JOHN WARNER:WE GOT TO WORK HARD BETWEEN NOW AND ELECTION DAY. YOU GOT TO SLEEP WITH ONE EYE OPEN AND BRING VIRGINIA IN.))
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Although democrats and republicans aren't finding a lot of common ground this weekend, both sides are agreeing on one issue. Encouraging all who can -- to vote this Tuesday.
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Could the upcoming Presidential election be a repeat of the last one? One Roanoke College professor says it could-
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saying voters must remember it's not individual votes but electoral college votes that determine the presidency.
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((HARRY WILSON/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, POLITICAL SCIENCE: ELECTIONS FOR THE PRESIDENT ARE REALLY STATEWIDE ELECTIONS BECAUSE THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE THAT IS THE OVERALL VOTE IS IMPORTANT BUT IT DOESNT' REALLY DETERMINE THE ELECTROAL COLLEGE AS WE SAW IN 2000. WHERE AL GORE WONT HE POPULAR VOTE AND GEORGE BUSH WON. ALTHOUGHT I'S RATE IT COULD HAPPEN IN 2004 EITHER WAY.))
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Wilson says one of the big factors in this year's election will be voter turnout- as well as tracking the many newly registered voters.

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Voters in Radford can expect a major change at the polls this year.
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The city has switched entirely to electronic voting machines, similar to the one's being used in Roanoke County. Voting officials say they've been trying to get the word out so people aren't surprised come election day, when the lever machines are gone.
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((TRACY HOWARD: WE HAVE LOTS OF FOLKS WHO ARE CONCERNED JUST BECAUSE OF TECHNOLOGY. THEY HEAR THE WORD COMPUTER AND THINK OH NO IT'S GOING TO BREAK DOWN. :10 THEY ARE SIMPLY TABULATION DEVISES. THEY DON'T HOOK TO THE INTERNET, THERE NOT NETWORKED, THEY DON'T GO TO ANOTHER COMPUTER. THEY JUST COUNT.))
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The city's voter registrar office has had a machine on display for residents to practice.
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Still to come on the newscast, some upsets and close calls in college football. We'll have the highlights in sports.


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and no decorations could hold a candle to this house.
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[Tech-Robots]


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Virginia Tech engineering students were driving hands free today.
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A group of engineering students tested their unmanned vehicles today. The different machines are able to navigate with no drivers at the wheel.
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((CHARLES REINHOLTZ:WE'LL HAVE SIX DIFFERENT VEHICLES THAT CAN NAVIGATE WITHOUT HUMAN INTERVENTION, SO THEY'LL DRIVE ON THEIR OWN. WE HAVE HELICOPTERS, WE HAVE SMALL GROUND VEHICLES, WE HAVE LARGER GROUND VEHICLES. ALL OF THEM WITH THE GOAL OF NAVIGATING USING SENSORS, GPS, CAMERAS, LASER RANGE FINDERS.))
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The unmanned vehicles being developed by the students could one day be used in commercial or military applications. The cub cadet retrofitted with all new technology will again be entered into the grand challenge race in the Mojave desert. After some kinks are worked out the group will be competing for a two million dollar cash prize next October.
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Coming up, VMI is still winless, Liberty takes out Charleston Southern at home, plus Tech/UVA soccer, but first our extra point,
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It's Halloween weekend, and a horse named Ghostzapper took today's 4 million dollar Breeder's Cup Classic. The four year old colt led from the gate and won by three lengths over Roses in May.
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VMI fell to oh and nine on the season today, as the Keydets traveled to Harrisonburg to tangle with the 9th rated JMU Dukes on homecoming day.
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This one was all Dukes. Maurice Fenner got the scoring started with this four yard run capping a 12 play 71 yard JMU drive.
VMI quarterback Kirk Monteleone ran for his life most of the day. He was sacked ten times spending a good part of the game on his back.
JMU's quarterback Justin Riscati rushed for two scores, including this one from 5 yards out as the Dukes rolled past the Keydets 41 to 10, rolling up 547 yards of offense.
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Liberty picked up its 3rd Big South win of the season whipping the Bucs from Charleston Southern.
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Prior to kickoff today, a groundbreaking ceremony was held in the North end of Williams Stadium, for a new football operations center to be completed by the start of next season.
Early on, Sam Gado takes the handoff and rips off this 21 yard TD run for the Flames and it was a 7-nothing lead in the first quarter.
Later, Brock Farrell goes ten yards thru the air to Lauren Williams for 6 more and it was 13-zip home team.
[SUPER=36-Charleston Southern/6/Liberty/34/;]

Dre Barnes did his part, finding the endzone just before the half. Liberty went on to win it big 34 to 6.
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[WIPE TO ENG!!]
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In the ACC, there were two huge upsets on this last Saturday of October.
Carolina duked it out with Miami. Darian Durant threw 2 TD passes for the Heels.
But it came down to this. Conner Barth from 42 yards out. The kick sailed thru the uprights as time expired. The Heels shocked number 3 Miami 31-28.
[SUPER=03-College Park, MD/ABC Sports; :]


In College Park, Maryland's Joel Statham threw for 318 yards, although Josh Allen did the heavy lifting on this play--a 72 yard TD and Maryland bested number 5 Florida State 20 to 17.
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And finally, Oklahoma got a scare against Oklahoma State, but Adrian Peterson rushed for 249 yards as the Sooners edged their rivals 38 to 35.
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Virginia Tech had already beaten top ranked Duke on the soccer pitch this season. Tonight the Hokies welcomed number two Virginia to Blacksburg.
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Tech scored 5 minutes in to grab a 1-all lead and the crowd was in it.
But later, UVA's Joe Vide puts this tally in the bottom corner of the net to make it 1-all at the half.
[SUPER=34-Virginia/1/Virginia Tech/2/;]

Tech went up 2-1, early in the second half, and Chase Harrison kept the Cavs off the board the rest of the way, as Tech won it 2 to 1. It's the Hokies first ever victory over Virginia.
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A trio of late cautions and a solid pit stop helped Matt Kenseth win today's Aaron's 312 outside Atlanta.
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We pick things up with under 10 laps to go and everybody racing hard on the circuit's fastest track. Randy Lajoie, Paul Menard and Tim Fedewa get together to bring out the caution.
Following a red flag after another accident, Kenseth held off the 5 car of Busch to take the checkered flag.
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Richard Childress announced today at the speedway that South Boston's Jeff Burton will move from the 30 car to the 31 next season along with his entire team. Robby Gordon is leaving Childress at the end of the season. Dave Blaney is the leading candidate to take over the 30 ride.
Bobby Hamilton, Jr. led Happy Hour practice today, while pole sitter Ryan Newman was quickest in the morning session.
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[TAPE#=SP-177 TC14657]
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[ENG#=3]


[WIPE to ENG!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Boston, MA; :00]


We finish up in Boston, where an estimated 3.2 million people lined a 7 mile parade route today as the city honored the World Series champs. Manager Terry Francona had plenty to say about his scruffy bunch.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Terry Francona/Red Sox Manager; :02]
[SUPER=01-Johnny Damon/Red Sox Outfielder; :09]
[RUNS=:21]
[OUT Q=it's been an awesome year."]
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[Pumpkin-House]


[ANCHOR=Myranda]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=myr]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Halloween]
[ENG#=1]

There have been tons of stories about scary haunted houses and giant pumpkins. But what about a scary, giant pumpkin house?
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Kenova, WV;]

More than 28-hundred creatively carved pumpkins line the yard, porch and top of Ric Griffith's home in Kenova, West Virginia. From presidential pumpkins to a 2004 election wall of pumpkins.
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[IN Q=it's an adrenaline rush]
[SUPER=01-Ric Griffith/Pumpkin House Owner;]
[RUNS=12]
[OUT Q=just do it]
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[VO-NAT]

Griffith puts on the display each Halloween -- thanks to some "spooktacular" volunteers.
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