05/30/05

News 7 at 5

Today on News 7 at Five, Americans

pause to remember the veterans who made
the ultimate sacrifice.

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VO NAT Plus in Iraq, suicide bombers leave
dozens of people dead in two different
attacks.



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The weather cooperated rather nicely
with most holiday activities. The next
few days will be a bit more cloudy with
a chance for showers.
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Six people are dead in what police
in Ohio are calling a murder-suicide.

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VO NAT A singer says his close encounter
with a drunk driver is inspiring him to
write a song.

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SHANNON ON CAM

Plus a cheese festival sends 21
people to the hospital.

News 7 at 5 is next.
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*CG 4063


*CG standup Jean Jadhon
jjadhon@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed

rreed@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com
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President Bush leads the nation
honoring our fallen War hereos-

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Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon.
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GRAPHIC=News 7 Americans across the country took



time out to remember those who fought
for our freedom.

Drew Levinson is in Washington D-C
with a look at the day's events.

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*CG locator Arlington
:01


*CG 2line Herb Robb
USMC Korean War Veteran
:16


*CG 2line Killi Harrell
Widow
:31


*CG 2line Drew Levinson
CBS News
1:16



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In a country where we are often accused
of forgetting to remember-on

this Memorial Day we remembered not to
forget.



Herb Robb/USMC Vet-Korean War:

"It's important that the nation know
that freedom is not free, and victory
is not easy. We have to sacrifice to
gain both."





Wrapped up in red white and blue-and

lost in a sea of Stars and
Stripes-America saluted its fallen
soldiers.

KILLI HARRELL/WIDOW:

"PEOPLE SACRIFICE THEIR LIVES EVERY DAY
SO THAT WE CAN ENJOY DAYS LIKE

TODAY."

Days like this when small town America
was filled with pomp and circumstance.

Days like this when one Indiana field
sprouted old glory.

And days like this--when a young
soldier-visibly scarred from recent
battle-could bask in the sunlight while

sitting on the hallowed grounds of
Arlington Cemetery and watch the
President of the United States lay a
wreath on the tomb of the unknowns.



PRESIDENT BUSH: "THE FAMILIES THAT COME
HERE HAVE SCARIFIED SOMETHING PRECIOUS
AND

IRREPLACEABLE IN THEIR LIVES AND OUR
NATION WILL ALWAYS HONOR THEM."

DREW LEVINSON/WASHINGTON, DC:

"AND WHILE AMERICA HONORS THE DEAD-WE
CONTINUE TO HONOR THOSE AMERICANS

STILL FIGHTING-HALF A WORLD AWAY.

DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON."

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GRAPHIC=None People across the Commonwealth


are commemorating Memorial Day.

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*CG locator Roanoke

Veterans in Roanoke marked the
day with ceremonies at Lee Plaza
downtown.


The keynote speaker was John
Smith- from the regional office of
Veterans Affairs - he praised the
sacrifices of those who fought in World
War II.

Smith said the troops on the
ground won that war, not the generals.

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GRAPHIC=D-Day Hundreds turned out at the D-Day


Memorial in Bedford today for a special
dedication ceremony.

As Joy Sutton tells us there are
some new additions that will make sure
that June 6th, 1944 is never forgotten.

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*CG locator Bedford
:00


*CG 2line George Fryberger
Veteran's Son
:23



*CG standup Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com
:43


*CG 2line Liz Bryant
Natl. D-Day Memorial Foundation
:55



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(END SOT) As the number of D-Day survivors


continues to dwindle --their legacy
lives on. 44 new plaques were dedicated
on this memorial day --14 of which tell
the battlefield stories.

This plaque honors those who served on
the U-S-S Rich.Their children raised
25-thousand dollars to place it here.

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IT WAS IMPORTANT TO US BECAUSE IT'S
SMALL PIECE OF HISTORY THAT NOT MANY
PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT. VERY FEW KNOW ABOUT
THE USS RICH AND THE SACRIFICES THAT
MADE AND THE NUMBER OF MEN THAT DIED
ABOARD THAT SHIP31 IT'S VERY GRATIFYING
TO KNOW THAT LEGACY IS GOING TO LIVE
FOR MANY GENERATIONS TO COME

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THE MAJORITY OF THE MONEY FROM THESE
PLAQUES ACTUALLY GOES BACK INTO D-DAY
MEMORIAL FOUNDATION TO HELP ALLEVIATE
THE DEBT. WHICH IS NOW DOWN TO 1.5
MILLION DOLLARS

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IT'S DOWN FROM NEARLY 6 BACK IN
2001.WE'RE CONTINUING TO MAKE VERY GOOD
PROGRESS A LOT OF VERY STRONG SUPPORT.
BOTH CORPORATE AND INDIVIDUAL 04 THE
PLAQUES HAVE CONTRIBUTED A GREAT DEAL
TO HELPING US REDUCE OUR DEBT

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Once that debt is erased --
expansion plans are in the future.

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WE ARE PLANNING AN EDUCATION CENTER.
RIGHT NOW YOU SEE A GRAVEL LOT ON YOUR
WAY UP TO THE MEMORIAL BUT ONE DAY
THERE WILL BE AN EDUCATION CENTER THERE
22 THAT WILL HOUSE AN AUDITORIUM WE
WILL HAVE EXHIBITS

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The Memorial has had its share of

visitors --15 hundred on this day
--only reaffirming the need to keep
history alive for generations to come.

Joy Sutton, News 7, Bedford.>>
SHANNON ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC= Coming up on News 7 at six we'll here


from a survivor of the U-S-S Rich.
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GRAPHIC=Iraq This month alone more than 70 U-S


soldiers have been killed in Iraq-

Today... more violence there.

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*CG locator Hilla, Iraq 20

This time it is insurgents going
after Iraqi security-

Two suicide bombers wearing bomb
filled vests blew themselves up.

At least 27 people are dead- most
of them Iraqi police-

One bomber targeted a rally by Iraqi
police commandos-

The other happened at a health
center where police recruits were
lining up for physicals.


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CHAIRMAN:

THEY STARTED GOING AFTER COALITION
FORCES HOPING TO DRIVE THEM OUT OF
IRAQ. THAT DIDN'T WORK. THEN THEY WENT
AFTER IRAQI SECURITY FORCES HOPING TO
KEEP THEM FROM SIGNING UP YET THEY'RE
SIGNING UP IN RECORD NUMBERS BOTH
POLICE AND THEIR ARMY.

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Today's attacks are a reaction to the
Operation Lightning- where Iraqi police
and army are going after known
terrorists and anti government
criminals.

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GRAPHIC=Accident A sport utiity vehicle crashed


into a church in Franklin County today.

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*CG locator Franklin Co.

State police say the driver came
around a bend on Henry Road and veered
to the right.

The vehicle ran through a parking
lot and into the side wall of Town
Creek Road Primitive Baptist Church.

Authorities say the driver had
minor injuries.

The brick church had just a
little bit of damage.

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GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation Five people are dead- police say


shot by a high school student just
hours away from graduation- who then
shot and killed himself.

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*CG locator Bellefontaine, OH 25

Police say 18 year old Scott Moody
fatally shot his grandparents, his
mother and two teenage girls who were
friends of the family.

Moody's younger sister was also
shot. She is in critical condition.

It was that girl who called a
friend on her cell phone- that friend
called police.

At this point police say it was a
multiple murder followed by a suicide-
but they don't know a motive.

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*CG 2line Michael Henry
Logan Co., OH Sheriff 21

THERE'S A LOT OF WORK TO BE DONE
FORENSIC WORK BEFORE WE CAN FINALIZE
AND DETERMINE WHAT OCCURED OUT THERE,

BUT THIS IS OUR BEST JUDGMENT SO FAR.

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The shootings came hours after a
graduation party for Moody-

The bodies were found in two
neighboring farmohouses about 45 miles
from Columbus.


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A longtime politician in the area
decides if he will seek re-election.
We'll have that story next.

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VO-NAT and with summer just around the corner,


we'll see how self tanning lotions are
turning into a big business.

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ANCHOR ON CAM After four months and dozens of
GRAPHIC=Jackson witnesses the child molestation case


against singer Michael Jackson may soon
come to an end.

Closing arguments could begin this
week and lawyers are using the holiday
to prepare for what promises to be a
dramatic week.

Teri Okita reports.

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*CG locator Santa Maria, CA
:01


*CG 2line J. Randy Taraborelli
Court Analyst
:12


*CG 2line Jim Moret

Court Observer
:41


*CG 2line Teri Okita
Santa Maria, CA
:49


*CG 2line Craig Smith
Legal Analyst
1:15



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TRACK: POP STAR MICHAEL JACKSON'S FATE
MAY BE SEALED IN JUST DAYS.

FINAL ARGUMENTS COULD BE BEGIN AS SOON
AS WEDNESDAY AND MANY COURT

OBSERVERS SAY THIS CASE COULD BE WON OR
LOST IN CLOSING.



(Super: J. Randy Taraborrelli/Court
Analyst)

SOT: (17:13:04) Its really a draw. Its


such an emotional case.

People are leaning in both directions.



TRACK: JACKSON'S DEFENSE TEAM LED BY
TOM MESEREAU STUNNED MANY IN


THE COURTROOM WHEN HE RESTED LATE
FRIDAY. IT CAME AFTER PROSECUTORS

SHOWED THE JURY A VIDEOTAPE OF
JACKSON'S THEN 13-YEAR-OLD ACCUSER

TELLING INVESTIGATORS FOR THE FIRST
TIME THAT HE WAS MOLESTED BY THE

SINGER.



TRACK: MESEREAU HAD PLANNED TO CALL
SEVERAL REBUTTAL WITNESSES

INCLUDING THE ACCUSERS MOTHER AND THE
ACCUSER HIMSELF BUT, IN THE

END, DECIDED AGAINST IT.



(Super: Jim Moret/Court Observer)

SOT: It was extraordinarily powerful


for the prosecution to end their

case on this evidence, and its stunning
that the last thing the jury

will hear before closing arguments is
this videotape.



(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP BRIDGE: Many legal experts
agree this was the best way for the

prosecution to wrap up its case. The
defense, on the other hand, may be

hoping jurors remember the testy
teenager who didn't do well on the


stand.



TRACK: THE JURY WONT BE IN COURT ON
TUESDAY AS LAWYERS TEND TO SOME

MOTIONS. ITS POSSIBLE JURORS COULD
START DELIBERATING BY FRIDAY OR

EARLY NEXT WEEK. AND LEGAL EXPERTS SAY
THE TASK MAY NOT AS DIFFICULT AS

SOME MIGHT BELIEVE.



(Super: Craig Smith/Legal Expert)

SOT: I think jurors are probably going


to be surprised at how little

evidence is required under California
law to convict on a charge of

child molestation.



TRACK: AFTER MONTHS OF TESTIMONY, THE
KING OF POP WILL SOON FACE THE

MUSIC AS 12-PEOPLE DECIDE HIS GUILT OR
INNOCENCE. TERI OKITA, CBS

NEWS, LOS ANGELES.





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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2005 Benny Keister is going for is


fourth straight term in office.

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*CG locator Pulaski (:15)

Keister plans to run again for
his 6th district delegate seat out of
Pulaski.

His last two races have been
close.

In 2003, the democrat won by only
51 votes

So far, this year no republican
has stepped forward to challenge him.

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*CG 2line Del. Benny Keister

(D) Pulaski BENNY KEISTER:4:39:46:00 I'VE FINALLY


BEEN THERE LONG ENOUGH WHERE I'VE GOT
REALLY GOOD COMMITTEE ASSIGNEMENTS SO
I THINK I CAN DO A LOT TO HELP
SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA. AND THAT'S WHAT I
HOPE I CAN DO :55


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Keister says he has unfinished
business in Richmond and hopes to be
sent back to do more for Southwest
Virginia.

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GRAPHIC=None Blacksburg may not be as slow as


some people think, now that most of the
students are gone.

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*CG locator Blacksburg

Virginia Tech officials are
expecting more than 16-thousand guests
this summer for about 90 different
events.

Parents and prospective students
will be in town, eating at the
restaurants and shopping.

Plus another 6-thousand students
are taking summer classes.

The same is true in the city of
Radford.

The students may be gone, but

Radford University is expecting about
10-thousand guests this summer.

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GRAPHIC=None The summer months can mean exposure to


the sun's harmful rays but there are
alternatives. Self-tanning lotions are
the hottest thing in stores now.
ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER

In this Healthcheck 7 report, Alexis
Christoforous has the details on how
to get a great tan without basking in
the sun.

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*CG 2line Allison Grambs
Self-Tanner
:12


*CG 2line Alexis Christoforous

CBS News
:28


*CG 2line Dr. Doris Day
Dematologist
"40


*CG 2line Rosie Savino
Walgreen's
:59 QUICK



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(END SOT) Summer is nearly upon us and so is the


pressure to have the perfect tan!

For Alison Grambs the answer is in
this little tube...



SOT: Alison Grambs/Self-tanner



"I like the idea that I'm in control of
my tan using these products I

can determine how much I put on and how
dark I get"



Alison is talking about self-tanners.
And with the effects of sun damage

widely documented, more and more
people are turning to them as a safe

alternative.




Alexis Christoforous ON-Camera Bridge:
"Sales of self-tanners are

sizzling, raking in over 100-million
dollars in 2003, that's up nearly

70 percent in just five years."



But choosing one of these self-tanners
can be overwhelming.



SOT: Dr. Doris Day, Dermatologist



"Everyone's racing to find the one
that's going to make them less orange

or less streaky or go on better and
that's why you have so many

choices."



The hot new trend - self-tanning
"moisturizers" - that give you color

gradually, without the pesky streaking
and discoloration.



A cult-like following has erupted for
Jergen's moisturizing tanner.



SOT: Rosie Savino, Walgreens



"Well, we had about 25 pieces and it
basically sold out in 24 hours."




Demand is so strong, Jergens has a
wait list 20-thousand long on its

website!



Bidding wars have even broken out on
ebay, where a 7.5 ounce tube

recently sold for 8-95 , 50 percent
more than the retail price.



Sot: Alison Grambs/Self-tanner

"I think I feel like a lot of people,
I feel better when I have a

little bit of a tan and my clothes look
better."



The popularity of drugstore tanners
like Jergens, Coppertone and

Neutrogena are stealing market share
from their pricier department store

rivals.. and giving the tanning booth
business and mother nature a run

for their money.



Alexis Christoforous, CBS News, New
York.



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Still to come on the newscast, Mike
Stevens will have highlights from an
afternoon in the Majors.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus he'll see what happens when you


get some real hot dogs on a speedway.

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GRAPHIC=None Rescue crews in California had to


come to the aid of a horse stuck in the
mud today.

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*CG locator Sun Valley, CA

The horse was buried up to its
shoulders in the mud.

A man who was trying to help the
animal also got stuck.


The man was taken to the hospital for
unspecified injuries, the horse was
apparently uninjured.

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Up next, we'll see if Star Wars
can fight off some animals from
Madagascar for the top spot at the box
office.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Then a little bit later, we'll meet


some people who think seven pounds of
cheese is worth a trip to the hospital.

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GRAPHIC=None Revenge is still sweet for George


Lucas.


ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT "Revenge 0f the Sith" is tops for the


second straight week, taking in another
71 million dolalrs or so over the long
holiday weekend. That brings its total
to about 271 million dollars over 12
days.

The two new movies that came out
this weekend are fighting for second
place.

Studio estimates have "Madagascar"
barely edging out "The Longest Yard"
with just over 60 million dollars
apiece.
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GRAPHIC=BAM Good afternoon everybody and


welcome to the Monday ticker.

What would Memorial Day be
without some baseball news.


First off, the Virginia Cavaliers
did get an at-large bid to the NCAA
baseball tourney this afternoon.

The cavs will play St. John's out
in Oregon on Friday. The Cavs enter
the NCAA tourney with a record of 41
and 18.

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*CG locator Houston, TX
MLB-FSN In the big leagues this afternoon :00 the Cincinnati Reds are already headed
to the picnic after taking care of
business against the Astros.

The Reds got to Roger Clemens in
the second inning as he hung this pitch
right across the plate and Joe Randa's
hit it over the fence in left. That
was all the scoring until the Reds got
7 runs in the 9th inning.

Meanwhile, Aaron Hanrang

put on a show for the Reds striking out
10 as Cincinnati beats Houston 9 to 0.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM


GRAPHIC=BAM The NCAA crowned its division one


lacrosse champion this afternoon in
Philadelphia - and new kings are
actually the old kings.

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*CG locator Philadelphia, PA
ESPN Johns Hopkins, a team synomomous :00 with lacrosse success over the years
entered today's game with Duke having
not won a national title since 1987.

For Hopkins in the white, it was
the Blue Jays 16th title game
appearance - for Duke - its first.

Duke led 3-1 after the first
quarter before the teams began trading
goals in the second quarter and 7-to-6
at halftime. But Jake Byrne's goal
with 13:35 left in the fourth quarter
was the difference as Hopkins wins it
9-to-8 and becomes the first team to
finish the season undefeated and win
the national championship since
Princeton did do in 1997.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Hot dogs go hand in hand with
ENG#=4 Memorial Day weekend. But some Nascar


drivers took that idea to a whole new
level this weekend at the Lowe's Motor
Speedway just outside of Charlotte.

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*CG locator Concord, NC
:00 Kurt Busch, Greg Biffle, Todd
Kluever, and Michel Jourdain all teamed
up with Oscar Mayer, giving lucky fans
a spin around the track in the
company's Wiener Mobiles.

The race included a pitstop
halfway thru for a couple of dogs.

Busch was the "lucky dog",
reaching speeds close to 60 miles an
hour on his way to victory lane, where
he signed the best buns in the
business.

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*CG 2line Kurt Busch
Oscar Mayer Champion
:00


*CG 2line Greg Biffle
Finished 2nd

:17

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OQ=my favorite food." MIKE ON CAMERA

MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=BAM Coming up at the top of the hour


highlights from this afternoon regioon
three baseball game that is already in
the books as Northside beats Cave
Spring 6-to-5.

Have a safe night everybody.

Jean will be back in just a
moment.

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GRAPHIC=None An aspiring rapper says an accident


caught on camera last week may inspire
him to write a new song.

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VO-NAT Tiwan Barton, who raps under the name


Lil Clown, was run over by a speeding
car in Los Angeles.

Amazingly he suffered only minor

injuries including bruises and scrapes.

The driver of the car has been
charged with driving under the
influence.

Barton says if he writes a song about
the accident, he'll call it, "Mow Me
Down."

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SUSAN ON CAM SUSAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Finally maybe their really is


something about the power of cheese.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT CBS 10:33:32



VO-NAT How else could you explain the


lengths some people in England will go
to- just to win a seven pound wheel of
Double Glouscester glaa-chester Cheese.

Dozens of people chase the cheddar
down a steep slope in Cooper's Hill.

Organizers claim the wheel can
reach speeds of 70 miles per hour.

The first person at the bottom of
the hill gets to keep the cheese.

Twenty one people were injured in
the race. Three suffered broken bones.
18 others had cuts and scrapes.

The winner was carted off

on a stretcher still holding his cheese
to his chest.

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Two Americans are accused of
trying to help terrorists.

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Plus an unwanted visitor at one

cookout
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on News Seven at Eleven. (END VO) (END VO)