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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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And I'm Andrew Freiden
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It Sunday August 23-rd. And Welcome to New-7 Sunday Morning. There's lots of news and sports ahead, but first let's get a peek at the weather.
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Dozens of people are trying to keep a convicted child-molestor and self ordained minister in jail.
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Mario "Tony" Leyva once claimed to have molested at least 100 boys across the country.
He was caught in Virginia in 1987.
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Leyva was sentenced to more than 20 years in federal prison, but may be paroled in October.
Relatives of victims and child advocates are asking that Leyva serve more time before he's released to Virginia aut

horities to serve a two-year sentence for molesting two Roanoke boys.[11-Death-Row]


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Most people weren't aware of it.
But, 48 murderers on Virginia's Death Row rode across the state in a nine van convoy, early in the morning on August third.
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Virginia's new Death Row is at Sussex I Correctional Center in Sussex County.
The inmates were told of their move from Mecklenburg at three A-M on moving day, for security reasons.
Several state police cruisers, a helicopter, and a K-9 unit escorted the inmates.
Corrections officials say the move went very smoothly.
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There are currently 44 Virginia inmates on death row, and four condemned federal inmates Virginia is housing.

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Several local bands particpated in yesterday's first annual "Valley Fest" at Green Hill Park in Salem.
But, you won't see many of them participating in one of the area's biggest events--Festival in the Park.
The musicians say that's due to the festival's policy about paying them.
David Johnson has more.
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(([Nat Sound] [runs04] This festival was sponsored by local talent. It's in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the musicians national union, The Recording Industries Music Performance Trust Funds. The union is paying the musicians for their performances, something some local groups would like to get from Festival in the Park officials. Bill Hudson says the city spent 35-thousand dollars to bring in national talent.
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((BILL HUDSON/LOCAL MUSICIAN; ALL THAT MONEY GOES OUTSIDE THE COMMUNITY. AND THERE'S JUST THREE BANDS. SO IF LOCAL GROUPS WERE TO GET THE MUNIMUM 150 DOLLARS A PIECE, WE MIGHT BE SPENDING 10,000.)) [RUNS14]
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Festival in the Park executive director Wendy Schultz could not be reached for comment this weekend. But in the past, she has indicated that Festival activities were based on volunteerism and that local talent performed as a way of giving back to the community. Union officials say musicians can't pay their bills by VOLUNTEERING. And they question FESTIVAL official's no pay policy during First Night activities.
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((ADRIAN WILLIS/LOCAL 165 PRESIDENT; ACCORDING TO THE INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR OF FIRST NIGHT, ROANOKE IS THE ONLY FIRST NIGHT THAT DOESN'T HAVE PAY PROVIDED FOR MUSICIANS, MAGICIANS, CLOWNS. THEY DON'T PAY ANYBODY.)) [RUNS20]
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Willis says several music union members will protest the no pay policy by not supporting any of the Festival venues, including Shrimp Fest and First Night.
David Johnson News 7, Salem.))

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Hurricane Bonnie is moving through the Bahamas with winds up to 105 miles an hour.
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But tourists on the island say they'll ride out the storm.
Many of them are just on shore for several hours, then return to a cruise ship and back out to sea.
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Some of the residents though are taking a more serious attitude, by stocking up on the necessities.
Forecasters say the storm could hit the U-S mainland by late Tuesday, somewhere between Cape Canaveral and the North Carolina Outer Banks.
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Tropical storm Charley is already causing problems in parts of Texas.
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The storm brought as much as a foot of rain on Saturday.
The much needed precipitation was too much too fast and almost swept away two children.
The swift moving water pushed the boys into a drainage ditch.
One of their friends saw it happen and called for help.
Fire Fighters were able to pull both boys to safety.
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In sports, highlights from the diamond dominate Roy Stanley's report.
Here he is with the details which include another Mark Mcgwire homerun.
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The Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning through the Arts is reaching into the Roanoke Valley to spread a little culture to children. The organization places professional performing artists in classrooms to work with children ages three to five. Photographer Steve Claris shows us how the history of the railroad is coming to classes at Greenvale Nursery School. [Tape 98-63]
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The Wolf Trap Institute will be returning to Roanoke October 3rd making an appearance at the Clarion Hotel from 9-5 as part of the Southwest Association for Early Childhood Education conference.[Health-Bump] [No anchor toss here] [Take full screen bump Chyron 7158]

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[***No Music Under]
Here's a look at today's top stories.
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President Clinton plans to attack Osama Bin Laden again, this time in his wallet.
The President signed an executive order directing the Treasury to block all financial transactions between Bin Laden terrorist groups and American companies.
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Virginia's Death Row inmates were moved from Mecklenburg to the Sussex I Corectional Center on August third.
Most people were not aware that they were moved across the state in a nine van convoy.
Corrections officials say the move went smoothly.
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Governor Jim Gilmore ordered 134-thousand surveys distributed to state employees.
Gilmore wants their views about state government.
When the surveys are complete, The Governor will hold meetings with the employees to discuss the findings.
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And that's what's making news on this Sunday August 23-rd.
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Commercial aviation was in its infancy when a Piedmont plane crashed into a mountain near Crozet.
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The sole survivor of the 1959 crash spoke with News-7 on Friday.
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David Seidel has more of Phil Bradley's story in this week's Virginia Newsreel.
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(( Piedmont Flight 349 was missing.
It should have made a routine stop at the Charlottesville airport on the trip from Washington to Roanoke.
Rescuers found the wreckage 36-hours later-- just one of the 27 people on board was still alive.
33-year-old Phil Bradley was the last person to walk aboard the DC-3.
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Bradley's struggle didn't end with his rescue.
It was near a year before he was well enough to return to work as a federal mediator.
That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm David Seidel, News-7.))
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Phil Bradley just wrote a book about his experience.
He'll be signing copies at Roanoke's Holiday Inn-Tanglewood today from 9 until 2.











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The Yankees rallied past Texas last night.
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But first Juan Gonzalez would have some fun taking this three-one pitch over the left field wall. He smacked two homers last night.
New York's Steve Brosius would finish it though, his three run shot gave the Yanks the 11 to nine edge.
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On to the NFL, where Warren Moon and Rickey Watters cap of an 80 yard drive for Seattle with this diving score.
Phoenix comes right back as Adrian Murrell's second effort puts him in the zone for the Cardinals.
But Moon's beautiful pass finds James McKnight and the SEahawks beat Phoenix 31-to-24.
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The Avalanche open a home stand with a win.
For the scores from the Carolina League and the majors, here are the boards.
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Attention e-mail users--if you have Microsoft Outlook or Netscape Communicator, you can now fix a glitch that lets people send viruses to your computer.
And, surf over to a new travel website next time you're on the internet and your tastebuds will thank you.
Here's Eric Earnhart with WebWatch.
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Microsoft has a patch on its website that will fix the security flaw in its Outlook e-mail software.
Netscape has issued a new version of its Communicator software that also fixes the flaw. Both can be downloaded from the companies websites.
America's Health Network, the site that brought you the first internet birth, broadcast live pictures of a quadruple heart bypass operation Wednesday. Organizers called it an unprecedented opportunity to teach the public the importance of heart disease prevention,
If you travel often, you can now plan your meals ahead of time with FoodNextExit-dot-com. The website, based in Fries Virginia, lists restaurants within 10 minutes of interstate exits across the continental U.S.
Just click on the state you'll be traveling in, and you'll know where to go.
If you're looking for an armchair adventure, hop online, and join an ongoing expedition in Madagascar, where scientists have discovered a breeding site for Humpback whales.
Check out the daily updates, photographs, and even listen to recordings of underwater whale conversations.
We're not sure how the whales feel about this invasion of privacy, but no one's been indicted yet.
For links to all these sites, click on webwatch, on the WDBJ website, at WDBJ-7-dot-com.)) [Reach-Bump] [2 Shot]
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Good morning, I'm Denise Allen.
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And I'm Andrew Freiden
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It's (time) on Sunday August 23-rd. Welcome back to News-7 Sunday morning.
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President Clinton is trying to hit terriorists' purses as well as their arsenals.
At the same time he's warning Americans that this battle could be a long and dangerous one.
Lee Cowan has more.
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(((( NAT SUDAN PROTEST ))
AS ANTI AMERICAN SENTIMENT BOILED OVER AMID THE WRECKAGE OF THE SUPPOSED CHEMICAL WEAPONS PLANT IN SUDAN, WORD WAS GETTING TO THE WHITE HOUSE THE OTHER ATTACK SOME 2500 MILES AWAY IN NORTHERN AFGANISTAN HAD SIMILAR RESULTS.
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"Each of the 6 camps sustained some level of damage and the assessment at this point is likely to be moderate to severe in each case."
THAT WOULD, OFFICIALS SAY, SIGIFICANTLY DISRUPT TERRORIST TRAINING AT THE BASE, AND MAY HINDER FUTURE ATTACKS, BUT NOT STOP THEM.
(( NAT WASHINGTON MONUMENT ))
AT THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT, ONE OF THE MOST RECOGNIZABLE TOURIST SPOTS IN THE WORLD, BARRICADES ARE GOING UP. NO ONE IS TAKING ANY CHANCES.

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"They are going to continue to do what they do, and they are going to continue to threaten Americans, and they are very likely at some point to take more lives. And we are all well aware of that and are doing everything we can to protect Americans from that threat."
ALTHOUGH THE WHERABOUTS OF TERRORIST LEADER OSAMA BIN LADIN ARE STILL A MYSTERY, THE PRESIDENT IS MOVING TO HIT HIM AGAIN_THIS TIME THERE'S NO MAP COORDINATE NEEDED FOR THE ATTACK - THE TARGET IS BIN LADIN'S OVERSIZED WALLET.

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"I have just signed an executive order directing the Treasury to block all financial transactions between the bin Ladin terrorist groups and American persons and companies. (edit) It takes money - lots of it -to build the network bin Ladin has. We'll do out best to see that he has less of it."
(( LEE COWAN//CBS NEWS )) SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICIALS CONCEDE THE MOVE WON'T HAVE
ANY DRAMATIC EFFECT IMMEDIATELY--- THERE AREN'T A LOT OF U-S ASSETS BEN

LADIN USES TO BEGIN WITH_BUT IT'S PART OF A MULTI-PRONGED APPROACH: MIGHT AND MUSCLE, COMBINED WITH THE POWER OF PURSE STRINGS THAT MIGHT JUST WORK OVER A LONG PERIOD OF TIME. LEE COWAN CBS NEWS, MARTHA'S VINEYARD. ))

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State workers will soon be giving their boss an earful.
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Governor Jim Gilmore has ordered the distribution of 134-thousand surveys to state workers.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: IT IS MY BELIEF THAT THE COMMONWEALTH SHOULD HAVE BEEN REACHING MORE INTO THE STATE EMPLOYEES FOR MANY YEARS TO ASK THEIR VIEWS AND THINKING ABOUT WHAT WE CAN DO BEST ABOUT STATE GOVERNEMENT. THAT'S A LITTLE DIFFERENT FROM JUST RAISING SALARIES. ALTHOUGH THAT OF COURSE IS A WORTHY THING TO DO.))
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When the surveys are complete, and the results are tabulated, the Governor will be holding "town hall" style meetings with state workers to discuss the findings.

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A store in the star city was doing its part to help a women's recovery home yesterday.
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The "Roanoke Natural Food Co-op" on Grandin Road donated five percent of yesterday's sales to "Bethany Hall". "Bethany Hall" helps women who are addicted to alcohol or drugs put their lives back in order. Volunteers used the opportunity to raise awareness about the six month residential treatment program.
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((BONNIE CRANMER/DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST; IN RECENT MONTHS, WE HAVE BEEN CHALLENGED BY GETTING OUR MESSAGE OUT. AND WE FIND THIS IS A GREAT WAY TO SHARE OUR WORK AND IMPORTANCE TO THE COMMUNITY IN THIS KIND OF A FORMAT IN AN INFORMAL WAY.)) ((ELIZABETH GOOD/ROANOKE NATURAL FOOD CO-OP; WHEN BONNIE CONTACTED ME, SHE JUST TOLD ME ABOUT THEIR PROGRAM. IT SOUNDED LIKE SOMETHING THAT I WOULD REALLY LIKE TO GET BEHIND AND SUPPORT. I THINK IT'S A GOOD PROGRAM, IT DESERVES SOME ATTENTION AND IT DESERVES TO BE SUPPORTED.))
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The fundraiser included live music, exchanges of recipes and free food and drinks.
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Hardee's is helping a young boy beef up his fight against cancer.
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Charles Stokes' ten year old son, Charlie, was diagnosed with leukemia two months ago.
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Yesterday, Stokes' employer, Hardees, sponsored a yard sale to raise money for Charlie's medical expenses.
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((ELLEN CARAWAN/HARDEE'S DISTRICT MANAGER; WE FOUND OUT ABOUT HIM HAVING LEUKEMIA AND WE TRY TO WORK TOGETHER AND WE WANTED TO DO SOMETHING TO SUPPORT HIM.))
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Tonight the "Coffee Pot" on Brambleton Avenue will hold a benefit concert. Stokes says his family has also recieved a lot of community support during these trying times.
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((CHARLES STOKES/CHARLIE'S FATHER; THERE HAS NOT BEEN ANYONE THAT WE HAVE CALLED THAT HAVE SAID NO TO US. ANYTHING WE HAVE ASKED FOR, THEY'VE BEEN SUPPORTIVE. THEY'VE GIVEN US ANYTHING THAT WE HAVE NEEDED. WE HAVE VOLUNTEERS OUT HERE JUST SHOWING UP SAYING JUST PUT ME WHERE YOU NEED ME. AND I WOULD JUST LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO EVERYBODY.))
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Organizers hope to raise ten-thousand dollars. Monetary donations are being accepted at the Hardees general office
The address is on your screen. [Pre-Pro] ((DONATIONS SENT TO: BODDIE-NOELL 2727 ELECTRIC ROAD SUITE 203 ROANOKE, VA. 24018))
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What's it like for a President to face possible impeachment?
The last President to experience it, talked about it in an interview 10 years after his resignation.
It's one of the stories you can see tonight on 60-Minutes.
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You can see that story and more tonight at seven here on your hometown station.

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Jeff Gordon falls short of the record and local golfer Billy King is in the hunt for the Senior Long Island Classic.
Here's Roy Stanley.
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There is a cemetery in Richmond where 18- thousand Confederate soldiers lie, most unidentified, unmarked.
But they are not forgotten.
Ellen Qualls takes us to Hollywood Cemetery.
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(( We went to Hollywood Cemetery in the waning days of summer for another story.
It is after all the resting place of two U.S. Presidents, four Virginia Governors, and a host of Confederate notables.
But it was among the graves of the very least-- soldiers identified sometimes just by numbers... many not identified at all-- that we found Bill Ward.
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((BILL WARD: I THINK ABOUT A POEM THAT THEODORE O'HARA WROTE, ACTUALLY WROTE BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR, AND IT YOU'LL FIND IT ON SOME OF THESE GRAVE MARKERS AROUND HERE.)) [runs:11]

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((BILL WARD: REST ON EMBALMED AND SAINTED DEAD, DEAR AS THE BLOOD YE GAVE. NO IMPIOUS FOOTSTEP HERE SHALL TREAD THE HERBAGE OF YOUR GRAVE. NOR SHALL YOUR GLORY BE FORGOT WHILE FAME HER RECORD KEEPS OUR HONOR GUARDS THE HALLOWED SPOT WHERE HONOR PROUDLY SLEEPS.)) [runs:20]
Ward's a Civil War re-enactor.
His passion is to identify and commemorate the unknown, many marked only now by a pyramid-- a monument placed by the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
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((BILL WARD: THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WILL PAY FOR A VETERAN'S GRAVE MARKER AND THE CEMETERY, HOLLYWOOD, CHARGES 100 DOLLARS TO PUT THEM IN.)) [runs:10]
The federal markers are not the art that makes Hollywood a gothic spectacle.
They're not the grand monuments marking General Pickett and now his recently re-interred wife...
JEB Stuart ... and Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
Even Davis's daughter has a chillingly beautiful marker.
But they serve the purpose-- to ward off impious footsteps... and ensure that glory not be forgot.

Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))[7-WEATHER]


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Robin Roberts says participating in athletics has made her what she is today--a successful sportscaster on two networks.
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Roberts was in Radford this week as the guest speaker at the University's Hall of Fame Banquet.
She says it doesn't matter what career she chose, being a student-athlete helped prepare her for life.
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Roberts says she seen a lot of changes since starting her career in the mid-80's.
Women's sports are getting more air time, female sports reporters are no longer a novelty and her work is getting the respect it deserves.
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THe Yankees won a see-saw battle with the Texas Rangers last night.
The 11-to-9 win marked the 18th time this season New York has scored at least 10 runs.
Now here are the rest of the scores.
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So there are just too many movies at the theater...
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Roger Ebert has a couple of ideas.
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You can see Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert's reviews today at Eleven here on W-D-B-J.
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Some folks in the small country of Estonia are aiming for a big record
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It took six-thousand kids five days to put it together.
Now Estonia can boast it has the largest lego tower ever built-- standing some 75 feet high.
That's about seven stories.
The previous record-holding lego tower was about a foot shorter.
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