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More than 60 vehicles wreck in driving rain and fog on Afton Mountain.
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And a two year old Bedord County girl dies in a house fire.
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After some minor flooding yesterday, the skies will be clearing today.
High pressure building in promises plenty of sunshine for your return to work.
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There were alot of shaken drivers yesterday afternoon on Afton Mountain after a 65 car pileup.
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The wreck started in heavy fog, when one car ran into the back of another, starting a chain reaction that lasted almost 20 minutes and injured 40 people.
East-bound I-64 was closed for four hours, as wreckers worked to clear the highway.
A state police video shows the condition of the cars and tractor trailers involved.
The victims' injuries ranged from cuts and scratches to a few broken bones.
State police say they're amazed no one was seriously hurt.
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Rader says the fog lights and warning signs on the mountain were working properly at the time.
Officials haven't decided if any charges will be filed in the accident.
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Firefighters tried but they could not save the life of a two year old Bedford County girl.
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Crews were called out just before eight a-m Sunday, and arrived to find the home near Big Island engulfed in flames.

Authorities say John Lee left his two children in the trailer with his brother while he went to work.
Lee's brother and five- year- old son escaped the trailer when it caught fire, but his two- year- old daughter was trapped inside.
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((DAVE NICHOLS/PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER: THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT IS IN THE PROCESS OF INTERVIEWING THE ADULT PARENT THAT HAD LEFT FOR WORK THIS MORNING AND THERE WAS AN ADULT RELATIVE THAT WAS IN THE HOUSE WITH THE TWO JUVENILES THIS MORNING AND THEY WANT TO INTERVIEW THAT PERSON AND FIND OUT WHAT THEY SAW, WHAT EXACTLY HAPPENED THAT AROUSED THEM TO THE FACT THAT THERE WAS A FIRE IN THE TRAILER.))
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Authorities believe the fire started in a recliner in the living room and spread to the rest of the house.
They've ruled out an electrical problem as the cause, but believe the fire was accidental.
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Federal investigators hope to know soon if a serial bomber is responsible for three separate attacks in Louisa County.
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The federal bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has sent pieces of three bombs that have killed one person and injured three others in Louisa since December to a lab in Maryland.
The latest bombings injured three people on Friday.
A bomb in December killed a woman.
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Meanwhile the condition of one of those injured last week is improving somewhat.
Doctors have upgraded Sabrina Johnson Brewer's condition from critical to serious.
She was injured Friday when a bomb exploded in a Louisa Pizza Hut parking lot.
Also on Friday, a bomb in a tackle box exploded inside a house in Mineral.
Two men were burned but they were not seriously hurt.


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Two pilots are dead, following a mid-air collision at an air show in Kissimmee (kih-SIH'-mee), Florida.
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Police say the crash happened during the second day of the ''Air Show of the Stars.''
Two biplanes were performing acrobatics at 15-hundred feet when they collided.
The planes landed in an open field.
No one on the ground was hurt.
The weather was far from ideal for the air show.
The airport was recording steady 25 mile per hour winds with 30 mile per hour gusts.
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Even sleeping, the crew of space shuttle Columbia is doing important work.
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Overnight, some of the astronauts began to put the guinea pigs on board through a series of sleep experiments. The tests are aimed at identifying what causes sleep problems -- in space and on Earth -- and to determine the effectiveness of sleep aids such as melatonin (mehl-uh-TOH'-nihn).
The shuttle looked like an amusement park at times yesterday.
One experiment involved shuttle crew members tossing around a one-pound ball, to study how the body's nervous system adjusts to weightlessness.
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In sports, a good showing by an area driver in this weekend's NASCAR truck series race. Here's Steve Mason with that story and more.
Good Morning Steve.
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Cultural diversity was the focus in downtown Roanoke for the annual "Local Colors" event.
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It's a festival honoring international cultures, cuisine, arts and performances. Heavy rains caused the event to close down early yesterday. But the bad weather didn't dampen the spirits of some first-time participants.
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((GOKMEN EKMEKCI/TURKISH NATIVE; THIS TIME IT WAS TOO WET. WE DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH RESPONSE TO OUR STAND HERE. NOT AS MUCH AS WE EXPECTED.)) ((LIANA ARIAS/SPANISH NATIVE; HOPEFULLY NEXT YEAR WE'LL DO BETTER. THERE WERE A LOT OF PEOPLE THOUGH. A LOT OF PEOPLE CONSIDERING THE RAIN. I THOUGHT ABOUT COMING.))
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Pearl Fu, who has organized Local Colors since it began, announced she is stepping down.
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((PEARL FU/LOCAL COLORS COORDINATOR; WHEN IT BEGAN IT WAS SMALL AND SO EASY TO MANAGE WITH ONLY FOUR COUNTRIES. AND IT HAS BLOSSOMED TO MORE THAN 50. SO IT HAS BECOME SO OVERWHELMING.))
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Fu says she doesn't know who will organize next year's event.

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Keeping safe on the road means staying alert and practicing defensive driving skills.
That was the message yesterday at the Salem Civic Center.
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The lesson was part of the Decisive Driving Car Control Program sponsored by Car Guys Incorporated.
A class teaches motorists how to steer clear of problem driving situations.
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((KENLEY SMITH/"CAR GUYS" PRESIDENT; IT'S AN EXERCISE THAT REALLY FORCES A DRIVER TO USE EVERY RESOURCE. NOT JUST THE PHYSICAL SKILLS, BUT THE ABILITY TO THINK, TO PLAN AHEAD. AND AS MUCH ANYTHING ELSE, THE VISUAL SKILLS. IF YOU'RE NOT LOOKING WHERE YOU WANT TO BE, YOU'RE NOT GOING TO GET THERE.))
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Smith says the program is not meant to be a basic driver's education course. Instead, these students learn to handle real world problems.
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((HEATHER GADDIE/DECISIVE DRIVER STUDENT; JUST PRACTICE FOR SITUATIONS THAT YOU NORMALLY CAN'T PRACTICE FOR, LIKE ACCIDENTS. I MEAN, WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO.))
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The program is an intensive one-day course which lasts about eight hours and costs 250-dollars per student. The course is open to drivers of all ages.

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The stock market is enjoying yet another period of sustained growth.
Ever wonder what could bring the good times to an end?
Scott Goldberg looks at some possibilities in this week's Common Sense.
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(( The stock market has surged to new heights lately.
And it's done it despite turmoil in Asia...
Despite some rocky political events at home.
But the U.S. economy is not bulletproof.
Stockbroker George Brammer explains.
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Now Brammer said the market could get stronger and surge even higher if the government privatizes social security, meaning people would pump even more money into stocks.
That's this week's Common Sense.
I'm Scott Goldberg.

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In sports, rain postponed the Salem Avalanche game with Frederick yesterday, along with the Lynchburg-Kinston matchup and at least one major league contest.
But other games did get in, despite the weather-- for those results, let's check the scoreboards. [WIPE TO MOTION]
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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A nigthmare and a miracle.
That how some witnesses describe a mutli-vehicle pileup yesterday on Afton Mountain.
Sixty-five trucks and crash wrecked in driving rain and fog on interstate 64.
No one was killed and injuries were only minor.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


Federal investigators hope to know soon if a serial bomber is responsible for three separate attacks in Louisa County.
Two of the incidents occurred Friday.
One of the blasts, outside a Pizza Hut restaurant,left a woman seriously wounded.
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[ANCHOR=Melanie]


And four Marines face a hearing today to decide if they'll be court-martialed for a cable car disaster in Italy.
They were on a training flight in February when their jet cut a ski gondola's support wire. The gondola plunged to the ground, killing 20 people.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]


And that's what's making news on this Monday April 20th.
[ANCHOR=Melanie]


News 7 Mornin' will be right back. [2WX-Hello]


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Poor visibility is being blamed for a 65 car pileup that injured 40 people on Afton Mountain.
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The wreck started in heavy fog, when one car ran into the back of another, starting a chain reaction that lasted almost 20 minutes.
East-bound I-64 was closed for four hours, as wreckers worked to clear the highway.
A state police video shows the condition of the cars and tractor trailers involved.
The victims' injuries ranged from cuts and scratches to a few broken bones.
State police say they're amazed no one was seriously hurt.
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((SGT. JOE RADER/VA. STATE POLICE; IF YOU LOOK AT THE DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLES, YOU KNOW THAT SOMEONE'S LOOKING OUT FOR YOU, I SHOULD PUT IT THAT WAY, BECAUSE CERTAINLY THERE COULD HAVE BEEN SOME EXTENSIVE INJURIES FROM SOME OF THE DAMAGED VEHICLES THAT WE LOOKED AT.))
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Rader says the fog lights and warning signs on the mountain were working properly at the time.
Officials haven't decided if any charges will be filed in the accident.
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Police are investigating a fire that killed a Bedford County toddler.
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Firefighters were called out just before eight a-m Sunday, and arrived to find the home near Big Island engulfed in flames.
Authorities say John Lee left his two children in the trailer with his brother while he went to work.
Lee's brother and five- year- old son escaped the trailer when it caught fire, but his two- year- old daughter was trapped inside.
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((DAVE NICHOLS/PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER: THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT IS IN THE PROCESS OF INTERVIEWING THE ADULT PARENT THAT HAD LEFT FOR WORK THIS MORNING AND THERE WAS AN ADULT RELATIVE THAT WAS IN THE HOUSE WITH THE TWO JUVENILES THIS MORNING AND THEY WANT TO INTERVIEW THAT PERSON AND FIND OUT WHAT THEY SAW, WHAT EXACTLY HAPPENED THAT AROUSED THEM TO THE FACT THAT THERE WAS A FIRE IN THE TRAILER.))
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Authorities believe the fire started in a recliner in the living room and spread to the rest of the house.
They've ruled out an electrical problem as the cause, but believe the fire was accidental.
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Three years later the healing process continues in Oklahoma City.
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Yesterday Oklahoma City bombing surivors and relatives of the victims gathered to mark the third anniversary of the bombing.
[SUPER=04-April 19, 1995;]


168 people were killed and hundreds of others injured when a massive bomb exploded outside the Murrah Federal building April 19, 1995.
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(( AMAZING GRACE.... ))
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[4:12:53]
The cast of the C-B-S drama Promised Land also attending the memorial service.
The actors want to use their show to nudge the conscious of America.
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(( GERALD MCRANEY, PROMISED LAND ACTOR"TRAGEDIES HAPPEN EVERYDAY. BUT THIS ONE WAS A PURPOSEFUL ATTACK ON THE PEOPLE OF THE U.S. THE SITE OF IT WAS OKLAHOMA CITY BUT THE ATTACK WAS AGAINST ALL OF US. ))
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The concept of the CBS prime-time series was born when its executive producer saw the outpouring of kindness after the bombing.
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In Detroit, an autopsy is scheduled today for a pilot killed in crash during an airborne chase with federal customs agents.
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The plane crashed into a baseball field, some 15 hundred miles after the chase began near the Mexican border.
Witnesses say some people ran to help, while others fled with bundles of marijuana as the pilot lay dying.
Authorities estimate the plane was carrying about 300 pounds of the drug.
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It is the first step to a possible court martial.
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[4:07:47] Four Marines charged in a deadly cable car accident in Italy face the military's equivalent of a civilian grand jury today.
In February, their Marine jet sliced a wire sending an Italian cable car crashing to the ground, killing 20 people.
The hearing will deal solely with administrative matters.
No evidence will be presented.
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In sports, a familiar name has taken the P-G-A Seniors title again.
Steve Mason has more.
Good Morning Steve
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[SUPER=15-Steve/Pardon;]
[SUPER=13-Dr. Ron Chakravorty/Stamp Collector;]
(I'll Call for board)
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[double Boxes=SPA & MEL]
(toss to Melanie)


[Health-Check]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=]
[TAPE#=NET]
[GRAPHIC=Mornin Health Check]


The latest medical research is taking place in space.
Mika Brzezinski has that story and more in this morning's health report.
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[OUT Q=CBS News, New York.]

(( A MEDICAL MISSION IN SPACE. ASTRONAUTS ON BOARD THE SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA HAVE DISSECTED 9 PREGNANT MICE. THE EXPERIMENT COULD EVENTUALLY HELP SCIENTISTS DETERMINE WHETHER HUMANS AND ANIMALS CAN BE BORN IN SPACE. ANOTHER BATTERY OF MEDICAL TESTS SCHEDULED TODAY FOR EXILED CHINESE DISSIDENT WANG DAN. DOCTORS SAY DAN IS IN GOOD SHAPE, BUT WANT TO CONDUCT SOME FINAL TESTS BEFORE RELEASING HIM FROM THE HOSPITAL. HIS FAMILY IS AFRAID HE MAY HAVE A BRAIN TUMOR. DAN, WHO HELPED LEAD THE 1989 TIANANMEN SQUARE PROTESTS, WAS FREED FROM PRISON AND ARRIVED IN THE U-S ON SUNDAY. THERE ARE REPORTS THAT DOLLY THE SHEEP IS EXPECTING. SCIENTISTS IN SCOTLAND MADE HISTORY WHEN THEY CLONED DOLLY FROM THE CELL OF ANOTHER SHEEP'S UDDER. NOW ACCORDING TO A REPORT IN THE SUNDAY TIMES, DOLLY IS GOING TO BE A MOM. AN OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT IS EXPECTED THIS WEEK. IF DOLLY DELIVERS A HEALTHY LAMB IT WOULD MEAN THE CLONING PROCESS HAD PRODUCED A FULLY HEALTHY, FERTILE SHEEP AND THOSE ARE TODAY'S MEDICAL HEADLINES. I'M MIKA BRZEZINSKI, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))
[ANCHOR=Melanie]
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[COMM #6]


[E-Concert-Cleanup]


[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin']
[WRITER=djo]
[TAPE#=98-34]
[GRAPHIC=Dave Matthews Band]


Fans of the Dave Matthews Band left Roanoke quite happy this weekend.
But some city residents aren't so happy with what the 30-thousand concert-goers left behind.
David Johnson has the story.
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[SUPER=01-Evelyn Bethel/Historic Gainsboro District Pres.; :22]
[SUPER=01-Brenda Allen/Gainsboro Resident; :44]
[SUPER=01-Dean Spangler/Roanoke Solid Waste Mgmt.; :59]
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[OUT Q=DJO, News 7.]

(( [Nat-Sound] [Runs:04] It would be expected that the day after such an enormous event, there would be some trash-- both at Victory Stadium where the concert was and the Roanoke Civic Center where there was designated parking. But in nearby neighborhoods? Concert goers apparently left their mark everywhere they went. Property owners were not pleased and complained to community leaders.
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((EVELYN BETHEL/HISTORIC GAINSBORO DISTRICT PRESIDENT; I DIDN'T SEE IT. BUT FROM THE TONE AND VOICE OF MY NEIGHBORS, IT MUST HAVE BEEN OUTRAGEOUS. SOME NEIGHBORS HAVE ALREADY CLEANED THEIR LAWNS AND THEY'RE WALKING AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD PICKING UP TRASH.)) [RUNS15]
[OUT Q=UP TRASH.]

Some residents feel the city is ignoring people who live in certain areas.
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((BRENDA ALLEN/GAINSBORO RESIDENT; SOUTHWEST AND SOUTH ROANOKE, THAT WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN TOLERATED. IT WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN ALLOWED. WHEREVER EVENTS ARE HELD, WE NEED TO RESPECT CITIZENS ALL OVER ROANOKE. REGARDLESS.)) [RUNS:11]
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A solid waste supervisor denies that neighborhoods are being ignored.
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[IN Q=WE'LL PROBABLY]

((DEAN SPANGLER/ROANOKE SOLID WASTE MGMT.; WE'LL PROBABLY HAVE INDIVIDUAL TRASH CREWS GO OUT AND BROOMS GO OUT AND TRY TO HIT THE COMMUNITIES AS WE CAN GET TO THEM, STARTING TOMORROW.)) [RUNS:11]
[OUT Q=TOMORROW.]

City Manager Bob Herbert says a thorough clean-up effort will begin Monday, after all the weekend's festivities are finished. David Johnson, News 7.))

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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=dse/sly]
[TAPE#=NET]
[GRAPHIC=Bombing]


A federal investigator says it won't be long before authorities know if a serial bomber is at work in Louisa County.

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[VO-NAT]
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Brad Earman of the federal bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms says pieces of three bombs that have killed one person and injured three others in Louisa since December are being studied at a lab in Maryland. The latest bombings injured three people on Friday. A bomb in December killed a woman.
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[Talent=Kimberly]
[SS=Bombing]


Meanwhile the condition of one of those injured last week is improving somewhat.
Doctors have upgraded Sabrina Johnson Brewer's condition from critical to serious.
She was injured Friday when a bomb exploded in a Louisa Pizza Hut parking lot.
Also Friday morning a bomb in a tackle box exploded inside a house in Mineral.
Two men were burned but they were not seriously hurt.


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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin']
[WRITER=djo]
[TAPE#=98-29]
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Drivers hoping to improve their defensive driving skills got behind the wheel yesterday at the Salem Civic Center.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem;]


The lesson was part of the Decisive Driving Car Control Program sponsored by Car Guys Incorporated.
The class teaches motorists how to steer clear of problem driving situations.
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[SOT=10:12:56]
[IN Q=IT'S AN EXERCISE]

((KENLEY SMITH/"CAR GUYS" PRESIDENT; IT'S AN EXERCISE THAT REALLY FORCES A DRIVER TO USE EVERY RESOURCE. NOT JUST THE PHYSICAL SKILLS, BUT THE ABILITY TO THINK, TO PLAN AHEAD. AND AS MUCH ANYTHING ELSE, THE VISUAL SKILLS. IF YOU'RE NOT LOOKING WHERE YOU WANT TO BE, YOU'RE NOT GOING TO GET THERE.))
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[OUT Q=TO GET THERE.]
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[VO-NAT]

Smith says the program is not meant to be a basic driver's education course. Instead, these students learn to handle real world problems.
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[IN Q=JUST PRACTICE FOR]

((HEATHER GADDIE/DECISIVE DRIVER STUDENT; JUST PRACTICE FOR SITUATIONS THAT YOU NORMALLY CAN'T PRACTICE FOR, LIKE ACCIDENTS. I MEAN, WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO.))
[SUPER=01-Heather Gaddie/Decisive Driver Student;]
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[OUT Q=GOING TO DO.]
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[VO-NAT]

The program is an intensive one-day course which lasts about eight hours and costs 250-dollars per student. The course is open to drivers of all ages.

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[ANCHOR=Melanie]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=]
[TAPE#NONE]
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In sports, Mother Nature threw a monkey wrench into the baseball schedule---both Salem and Lynchburg had to postpon

e their games due to rain.
But that wasn't the case for most of the major leaguers-- for those results, let's check the scoreboards. [WIPE TO MOTION]
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[oc=.......last score."]
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[WRITER=kmc]
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[Sponsor board (if sponsored)][Local-Recap]
[SUPER=#4059;Local Recap]
[2-Shot=Mel/Kmc]
[ANCHOR=Melanie]


Now here's another look at today's top local stories:
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Melanie]

A chain-reaction car crash on Interstate 64 at Afton Mountain left a lot of vehicles damaged and drivers shaken, but no serious injuries. A 65-car pileup stopped traffic for four and a half hours yesterday afternoon when dense fog cut visibility on the mountain.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

A federal investigator says it won't be long before authorities know if a serial bomber is at work in Louisa County. Pieces of three bombs that have killed one person and injured three others in Louisa since December are being studied at a lab in Maryland.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Melanie]

A two-year-old girl has died in a trailer home fire. Bedford County police say Victoria Parker's body was found in a bedroom of the home early Sunday. The building was engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived.
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[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
(Kimberly mic hot)
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[2 shot=Mel/Kmc]
(Kimberly ad lib weather)
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[Double Boxes=Melanie/Kimberly and Steve]
(toss)
[ANCHOR=Steve]
(live ad lib, tease tomorrow)
[Double Boxes=Melanie/Kimberly and Steve]
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