09/27/05

News 7 at 5

Today on News 7 at 5, authorities

charge a suspect in a murder from June.

ENG#=1 VO NAT


VO NAT Plus authorities in Appomattox
investigate what they call the
suspicious death of a young woman.

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Cold fronts swing by but bring little

to know rain. And that pattern is set
to continue. Details ahead.
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Military officials say an Al-Qaida
leader has been killed.

ENG#=2 VO NAT


VO NAT The former head of FEMA defends
himself on Capitol Hill.

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SHANNON ON CAM

Plus a longtime Senator says he
wants to keep his job.

News 7 at 5 is next.
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*CG 4063


*CG standup Shannon Young
syoung@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed
rreed@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com

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VO-NAT :09 VO-NAT



The former head of FEMA is
drawing fire for defending the agency's
response to Hurricane Katrina.

But Michael Brown's firing back.

(END VO) END VO



Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
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GRAPHIC=News 7 at 5 While testifying on Capitol Hill


today, the former director of FEMA
largely blamed Louisiana state and
local officials for slow relief efforts
that resulted in more than one thousand
deaths during and after Hurricane
Katrina.

Meg Oliver reports.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
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INQ=FEMA's former director wouldn't...




*CG 2line Michael Brown
Former FEMA Director


*CG 2line Meg Oliver
CBS News



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BROWN: "I CAN GO TO BED AT NIGHT AND
SLEEP BECAUSE I KNOW I FOUGHT THAT

BATTLE."



AS CONGRESS GRILLED HIM -- OVER WHAT
WENT WRONG, AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA.



SOT: MICHAEL BROWN / FMR FEMA DIRECTOR



I GUESS YOU WANT ME TO BE THIS
SUPERHERO THAT IS GOING TO STEP IN
THERE

AND SUDDENLY TAKE EVERYBODY OUT OF NEW
ORLEANS. REP SHAYS: NO WHAT I

WANTED YOU TO DO WAS DO YOUR JOB OF
COORDINATING.



BROWN MADE IT CLEAR FEMA IS A
COORDINATING AGENCYNOT A LAW
ENFORCEMENT

AGENCY


HE BELIEVES MANY PEOPLE THINK ITS
SUPPOSED TO SERVE AS SOMETHING OF A

FEDERAL RAPID RESPONSE FORCE.



HE PLACED A HEAP OF BLAME ON THE
GOVERNOR OF LOUISIANA AND THE NEW

ORLEANS MAYOR FOR NOT ORDERING
MANDATORY EVACUATIONS.



( BUT DIDN'T SHY AWAY FROM ACCEPTING
SOME BLAME.)



SOT: MICHAEL BROWN / FMR FEMA DIRECTOR


103850 MY BIGGEST MISTAKE WAS BY

SATURDAY NOT KNOWING LOUISIANA WAS
DYSFUNCTIONAL.



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS WANTED TO KNOW -
WHO BROWN ASKED FOR HELP.



SOT/Q & A:



IM ADVISED BY COUNSEL NOT TO TELL YOU
ABOUT THOSE CONVERSATIONS WITH

THE WHITE HOUSE. REP. TOM DAVIS / R -
VIRGINIA: YOU TOLD THE NEW YORK

TIMES. YOU CAN TELL THIS COMMITTEE.



HOUR AFTER HOUR BROWN WAS GRILLED OVER
EVERY ASPECT...EVERY FACT...


EVERY FIGURE.



SOT: MICHAEL BROWN / FMR FEMA DIRECTOR



I DONT HAVE A CLUE HOW MANY PEOPLE WERE
ACTUALLY IN THE SUPERDOME.



IT TOOK DAYS FOR THE EVACUEES TO
RECEIVE FOOD, WATER AND OTHER SUPPLIES.

BROWN WAS REMOVED FROM HIS ROLE
COORDINATING KATRINA RECOVERY.....AND

RESIGNED SHORTLY AFTER BUT REMAINS ON
FEMAS PAYROLL FOR ANOTHER TWO

WEEKS AS A CONSULTANT.



MEG/CLOSE: THE INVESTIGATION INTO WHAT
WENT WRONG AFTER KATRINA IS FAR

FROM OVER. THE COMMITTEE WILL HAVE
MORE HEARINGS IN THE FUTURE TO

PREVENT ANOTHER CATASTROPHE LIKE
KATRINA.>>
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GRAPHIC=Katrina recovery The man in charge of the New Orleans


police department is stepping down.
Superintendent Eddie Compass isn't
saying why. But the police department

earlier today anounced 250 police

officers could face discipline

for leaving their posts during and
after Hurricane Katrina.

Bianca Solorzano has more on the
efforts to bring life back to the Big
Easy.

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*CG locator New Orleans, LA


*CG 2line Carl Leveque
French Quarter Business Owner


*CG 2line Frank Wilson
New Orleans Resident


*CG 2line Bianca Solorzano
Reporting



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OQ=News 7 <<



(END SOT) IN A CITY THAT'S BEEN MOSTLY CLEARED


OUT FOR MORE THAN A MONTH - CERTAIN

AREAS ARE STARTING TO FILL UP ONCE
AGAIN.



nat: getting back to work




TRACK: NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS OWNERS HAVE
GLADLY ACCEPTED MAYOR RAY

NAGIN'S INVITATION TO COME BACK.



SOT: Carl Leveque, Business owner,


French Quarter

"I mean a lot of us fled town and we've
been waiting to get power back

so we can get back to business."



TRACK:

KNOWING THERE'S NOT MUCH LEFT TO BE
SAVED - IN ST. BERNARD PARISH - ONLY

A HANDFUL HAVE RETURNED TO CHECK OUT
THE DEVASTATION....



TRACK:

BUT IN ALGIERS - CARS LINED UP TO GET
IN - THESE RESIDENTS CAN NOW STAY

FOR GOOD.



SOT:Frank Wilson, New Orleans resident:



"I see a lot of positive things come
out of it. People working together,

a lot of problems being solved."



bridge:

one problem - new orlean's police

superintendent says has to be solved -

is dealing with the nearly 250 police
officers who left their posts

without permission during hurricane
katrina.



TRACK:

AND WHILE POLICE OFFICIALS DEAL WITH
THE PAST - NEW ORLEANS - FUTURE IS

STARTING TO LOOK A LITTLE BRIGHTER...
THE POWER IN THE FRENCH QUARTER IS

FINALLY BACK ON.



TRACK:

LUXURIES LIKE LIGHTS ARE -STILL A LONG
WAY OFF FOR HAZZARD GILLETT -

WHOSE BEEN EEKING OUT A LIFE AMID THE
RUINS OF THE LOWER 9TH WARD.



SOT: HAZZARD GILLETTE /Resident, 9th


Ward - New Orleans.

ya know what its just one day at a time
- i just take it



TRACK:

AND PERHAPS THAT'S THE BEST ADVICE FOR
A CITY SO FAR AWAY FROM BEING

WHAT IT ONCE WAS. BIANCA SOLORZANO,
CBS NEWS, NEW ORLEANS




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GRAPHIC=None The death of a young Appomattox


County woman has investigators
searching for answers.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Bent Creek
Appomattox Co. Authorities say a meter reader
found the woman's body inside her home
on Route 26 near Bent Creek a little
after noon.

She's believed to be in her 20s
... her husband and children also lived
at the home.

Investigators won't say how she
died, only that they're calling it
"suspicious".

They have not released her
identity or any other details about the
case.

State police evidence technicians
were on scene today assisting with the
investigation.


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GRAPHIC=None The Pitsylvania County Sheriff's


Office has issued warrants in the
abduction and murder of a 26 year old
woman.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Pittsylvania Co.
June Authorities say physical evidence
links Brian Alden Kennemore to the
murder of Jennifer Marie Popa.

She was found dead June 28th inside
her burning home on Franklin Turnpike.

Kennemore is in custody in the
Chesapeake City jail.

He is charged with second degree
murder and abduction.

Police are still looking for a
motive.

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GRAPHIC=Red Cross It's an agency that's worked to


staff relief workers in the wake of
Hurricane Katrina - but it hasn't been
easy for employees of the American Red
Cross in downtown Roanoke... because
they've been dealing with a flooding
situation of their own.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT 12.5




*CG locator Roanoke

At the beginning of June, repairs
were being made to the roof of the
Church Avenue location when heavy rains
pounded the area.

Water soaked ceiling tiles, walls
and insulation and damaged several
rooms.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
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*CG 2line Bob Lutjen
American Red Cross @1:43.00

BOB LUTJEN, AMERICAN RED CROSS: THE
THINGS THAT WERE DAMAGED THE MOST WAS
OUR DONOR FACILITIES -PLATELETS AND
BLOOD. ALSO, LABS WHERE BLOOD TAKES
PLACE. WE HAD TO MOVE THOSE INSIDE TO
ACCOMMODATE COLLECTION FOR HOSPITAL

PATIENTS AND ALSO THE CONVENIENCE OF
OUR DONORS.

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OQ=.. of our donors.





VO-NAT :08 VO-NAT



The chapter manager says damages
topped half-a million dollars.

Repairs should wrap up in the
next week or so.

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

A new study may offer some hope to
cigarette smokers. We'll have the
details after the break.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus we will see what two hospitals are


doing to speed up the time it take to
get important information into the
hands of doctors.

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MINIOPEN ANCHOR ON CAM
ANCHOR ON CAM One of the most wanted al-Qaida
GRAPHIC=None leaders is said to have been killed.



ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT :21 The U-S military says Abdullah



Abu Azzam was fatally shot in a raid
on a Baghdad apartment building Sunday.

Officials say the man was a key
operative of al-Qaida leader, Abu Musab
al-Zarqawi (AH'-boo MOO'-sahb
ahl-zahr-KOW'-ee)

(END VO) (END VO)


ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None and had claimed responsibility


for the deaths of several top
politicians.

The U-S military had a
50-thousand-dollar bounty on his head.
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GRAPHIC=None A West Virginia lawmaker is


aiming for a Capitol record.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT :22




*CG locator Charleston, WV

Senator Robert Byrd has announced
he'll seek a record ninth term in the
U-S Senate.

The 87-year-old Democrat made the
announcement at the

state Capitol building in Charleston,

West Virginia today.

Despite serving 6-years in the
U-S House and 47-years in the Senate
Byrd says he's ready to go another
round.

In June, he'll become the
longest-serving member in Senate
history.

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GRAPHIC=None A new program in the New River


Valley targeting mental illness may
also help alleviate jail overcrowding.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Blacksburg (:25)
:00 The region is one of six in the
nation to win a one-point-two million
dollar government grant.
*CG locator Christiansburg The money will be used to create January 2005 a program to keep people with mental :07 illness out of the Montgomery County
and New River Valley jails.

Police and Sheriff's agencies
across the New River Valley will work

together with the courts to identify
those who may need help.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
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*CG 2line Amy Forsyth-Stephens
NRV Mental Health Association AMY FORSYTH-STEPHENS: 2:35:26:00 THESE
ARE THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE COMMITTED A
CRIME WHERE THEY COULD BE ARRESTED BUT
THE CRIME IS NOT DUE TO CRIMINAL
INTENT. THE CRIME IS MORE A FUNCTION OF
THEIR MENTAL ILLNESS. :36

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OQ=their mental illness.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The program is expected to divert
about 150 people each year from the
jails into mental health programs.

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Healthcheck Doctors at Montgomery Regional


hospital no longer have to wait hours

to get back results from x-rays, cat
scans, or other diagnostic tools.

The hospital is using a new system
that doesn't require the processing of
film.

ROLL HEALTHCHECK BANNER
TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY


Healthcheck Banner TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY

Joy Sutton joins us to explain in this
Health Check7 Report --

Shannon--

Montgomery Regional and it's sister
hospital Lewis-Gale Medical Center hope
to be film-less by the end of October.
JOY FULL JOY FULL *CG standup Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com Officials say it's all about improving
patient care.

ENG=4 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=These sheets of film




*CG 2line Dr. Michael Aronson
Dir. of Diagnostic Imaging
:06
*CG locator Blacksburg
:20



*CG 2line Gerald Pigford
PACS Administrator
:28



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OUT Q=instant access to them <<



These sheets of film are being
replaced with digital images at
Montgomery Regional Hospital.

SOT FULL



20:17 runs=10



THERE WILL BE A GREAT EFFECT ON HOW
MUCH MORE WE CAN SEE AND HOW MUCH MORE
QUICKLY WE CAN SEE IT

(END SOT)



With PACS or the picture archiving
communication system, it's only a
matter of minutes between the time the
image is taken, processed by the
computer and made available to the
physicians.

SOT FULL



1:06 runs=14



NO LONGER ARE TURNAROUND TIMES FOR
REPORTS DAYS OR WEEKS THEY ARE NOW
HOURS 10 IMAGES ARE READILY AVAILABLE
FOR CLINICIANS AND ORDERING PHYSICIANS
AND ER, LITERALLY BEFORE THE PATIENT
MAKES IT BACK TO THEIR BED


(END SOT)



The digital images can give doctors a
clearer picture. They can magnify
certain areas, or with click off the
mouse measure the length of something
like a cyst or even rotate the image
for a better diagnosis.

SOT FULL



2:24 runs=07



LIKE A PHOTO ON A DIGITAL CAMERA THEY
ARE ABLE TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS AND MAKE
IT BRIGHTER DARKER WHATEVER THE
INDIVIDUAL PHYSICIAN PREFERS

(END SOT)



This will mean file rooms like this
will one day become obsolete, and this
is only six months worth, instead
everything will be stored
electronically.

SOT FULL



21:38 runs=14



THE FACT THAT EVERYTHING WILL BE AT OUR
FINGERTIPS NOW NOTHING WILL BE
MISPLACED OR LOST, A FILM WON'T BE
MISPLACED IN OPERATING ROOM OR
INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 49 EVERYONE WHO
NEEDS THE IMAGES IS GOING TO HAVE
INSTANT ACCESS TO THEM

(END SOT)>>



JOY FULL JOY FULL

Doctors will be able to access the
system even from remote locations. This
information is protected so only those
given access can view patient
information.
TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY

Shannon,
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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Medical News Ninety percent of all lung cancer


cases are smoking related.

The best way to avoid the disease
is to quit.

But a new study finds just
cutting down may offer a slight
benefit.

Doctor David Marks explains.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
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INQ=




*CG 2line Eugene Martin
Smoker


*CG 2line Dr. David Marks
CBS News



*CG 2line Liz Otto
Smoker


*CG 2line Dr. Len Horovitz
Lenox Hill Hospital



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(nats)

SMOKERS HAVE LONG HEARD THE WARNINGS.

CIGARETTES ARE LIKELY TO CAUSE ALL
KINDS OF HEALTH PROBLEMS.

ONE OF THE DEADLIEST IS LUNG CANCER.

THE BEST WAY TO AVOID IT IS TO
QUIT..... BUT QUITTING IS HARD.



(SOT-Jason Young/Smoker)



I've quit like three times this year.

(SOT-Eugene Martin/Smoker)



I'm 62 and I'm fine so far.

(SOT-Liz Otto/Smoker)



when I tried cold turkey I just gained
weight and was nasty to

everybody.



WELL NOW THERE MAY BE A SMALL RAY OF

HOPE FOR PEOPLE WHO REFUSE TO KICK

THE HABIT.

A NEW STUDY IN THE JOURNAL OF THE
AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION FINDS

SMOKERS CAN REDUCE THEIR RISK OF LUNG
CANCER, SIMPLY BY REDUCING THE

NUMBER OF TIMES THEY LIGHT UP.



(STANDUP: Dr. David Marks/CBS NEWS/New
York, NY)

RESEARCHERS FOUND PEOPLE WHO CUT THEIR
NUMBER OF CIGARETTES IN HALF ALSO

CUT THEIR RISK OF LUNG CANCER BY 25
PERCENT.

FOR SMOKERS THIS WOULD APPEAR TO BE
GOOD NEWS.



(SOT-Jason Young/Smoker)



it makes sense.

(SOT-Eugene Martin/Smoker)



sooner or later I got to cut it down
(laughs)

(SOT-Liz Otto/Smoker)



I would definetely cut down - if I was
told I didn't have to quit

forever, um yeah I would do that.



BUT DONT GET TOO EXCITED.

DOCTORS SAY EVEN WHEN YOU CUT DOWN...

THE RISK OF LUNG CANCER IS STILL

DRAMATICALLY HIGHER WHEN COMPARED TO A
NON-SMOKER.

AND FEWER CIGARETTES OFFERS NO
PROTECTION AGAINST HEART DISEASE.



(SOT-Dr. Len Horovitz/Lenox Hill


Hospital)

Reducing smoking is nice, it reduces
your rate somewhat but you have to

quit smoking to really eliminate your
risk of lung cancer and heart

disease to that of the general
population.



WHILE THE NEW STUDY IS INTERESTING IT
ONLY LEADS TO THE SAME OLD

CONCLUSION.

IN THE END: THERES NO SUCH THIING AS A
SAFE CIGARETTE.

DOCTOR DAVID MARKS, CBS NEWS.

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

Coming up after the break,
meteorologist Robin Reed will have our
detailed forecast.


ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Then in Sports, we'll tell you why a


seasoned veteran is flying back to the
New York Jets.

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Coming up today following Sports,

ENG#= VO-NAT



VO-NAT we'll tell you why a different kind of


training got in the way of an Illinois
marathon.

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GRAPHIC=BAM Welcome to the Tuesday Ticker and


we begin with the Hokies who travel to
Morgantown this Saturday where West
Virginia Fire Officials have ordered
the removal of all furniture, debris
and flammable objects from the the
porches in neighborhoods with high
student populations. This is to try
and keep the students from their normal
tradition of lighting fires after big
games. For more on the Hokies who
don't want to give W-V-U any reason to
celebrate with fire we go to Mike
Stevens.

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INQ=FIRST AUDIO




*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
:10


*CG 2line Justin Hamilton
VT Senior Safety
:30



*CG 2line Jeff King
VT Senior Tight End
:48


*CG 2line Frank Beamer
11 and 7 Against WVU
1:12



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GRAPHIC=BAM The Hokies have 1 less team as


company in the un-beaten department
after last night.

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VO-NAT Tennessee went down to L-S-U and


promptly fell behind 21 to nothing.
They then came roaring back behind
their backup quarterback Rick Clausen
who transfered to U-T from L-S-U. The
Vols tied the score up at 24 all in the
end of regualtion.

In overtime. The Tigers got a
field goal but that wasn't good enough

as on their possesion the Vols gave the
ball to Gerald Riggs over and over
again. He scored 6 and Tennessee left
Baton Rouge with a 30 to 27 win in
overtime handing number 4 L-S-U their
first loss of the season.

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ENG#=3 And 41 year old Vinny Testaverde is
ANCHOR=Grant back with the New York Jets. He comes


back to the team he played quarterback
for from 1998 to 2003. Testaverde
played the 2004 season with the Dallas
Cowboys and was out of football. The
Jets needed a quarterback with starter
Chad Pennington being out for the
season with a torn rotator cuff and
their back-up Jay fielder also
injuried.

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Coming up Tonight at 6 we will have
more on Virginia Tech as they get ready
for another tough road test. Shannon's
coming right back to wrap up News 7 at
5.
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GRAPHIC=NONE On Wall Street today, stocks closed
ENG#=1 the session mixed as investors weighed


some disappointing economic reports.

Alexis Christoforous explains in
today's Moneywatch report.

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CBS Money Watch
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STOCK ROLL STOCK ROLL
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18.52
h
0.41
21.61
i
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27.58
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i
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0.32
35.52
i
0.25
27.45
i
0.04
36.13
h
0.43
78.00
i
0.28
46.72


*CG 5stox4 h
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55.11
i
0.39
24.80
i
0.20
26.10
i
0.33
4.05
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GRAPHIC=None Marathoners usually only have to


outrun each other but in Illinois this
past weekend, they competed with
technology.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT :30




*CG locator East Moline, IL

Actually, runners in the Quad
Cities Marathon got an unexpected break
when they had to stop to let a couple
freight trains pass.

When a race organizer found out a
*third* train was on the way, he parked
his truck on the tracks to clear the
way for the rest of the pack.

The truck blocked the way for
about 90-minutes.

The Iowa Interstate Railroad says
there was a breakdown in communication

In other words, they got their
signals crossed.

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VO-NAT VO-NAT




CLOSING ANIMATION ANIMATION

on News Seven at Eleven.

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