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Coming up on News 7-
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A little girl is alive after three days buried in the earthquake rubble. We'll have the latest.
How did inmates manage to smuggle drugs into the Bland prison? Keith Humprhy investigates.
And looking back at Hurricane Camilles 30 years later.
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News 7 is next. [Open]
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This is the scene in Turkey as earthquake survivors scramble for life's necessities-
while the Search goes on for any signs of life.
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[Turkey]


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Amidst the death and devastation- a little girl was pulled to safety today- after spending three days underground.

Allen Pizzey has more from Izmit, Turkey.
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[SUPER=01-Churck Mills/Search Coordinator;]
[SUPER=01-Allen Pizzey/CBS News;]
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(( Just as hope of finding anyone else alive was fading...another miracle...a three year-old girl plucked from a concrete tomb by Hungarian rescue workers. At the hospital, in spite of being buried for more than three days...the child was in good shape to talk to reporters. Almost everywhere you look. however...the scene is bitter. The UN estimates as many as 35,000 bodies are still trapped in the rubble. A few will be accorded a measure of dignity...but the time for that is fading fast. Human effort is now giving way to brute force...mountains of smashed concrete must be moved...miles of reinforcing steel cut. Rescue workers are exhausted...but not ready to quit yet. The Fairfax Virginia firemen fanned out today on what they call "recon missions"...checking reports of possible survivors. Fireman "Two. Two."
But they were skeptical about this one.

SOT Fireman

"When was the last time you heard from them?".
To dig or not to dig is the difficult call of search co-ordinator Chuck Mills.

SOT Chuck Mills, Search Co-ordinator

"It's an opportunity, you gotta look at and say where are all the opportunities that the victim may have survived based on how that building collapsed and the condition of the rubble after it collapsed."

(Spraying mark)


vo: This time...the decision was to dig a little more...just in case.

(People in makeshift tents/bread distribution)


vo: But the focus is turning sharply to the needs of the tens of thousands who have lost everything...and have little prospect of recouping anything. Allen Pizzey, CBS News, Izmit))

[School-Safety]


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It's been almost five months since the Columbine High School massacre where 13 students were killed at the hands of two of their peers.
The images of that day are still fresh in the minds of parents, students and educators across the country.
With the school year set to begin next week, school officials in the city of Roanoke are taking several steps to make all involved feel a little safer.
Joy Sutton has details.
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Following the Columbine shootings last year, schools across the country were plagued with bomb scares and threats.


Our area was not immune to the problem. Almost every local school received at least one bomb threat.
With Roanoke City schools opening next week, officials have made some changes they hope will make things safer.
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((SCHOOL SAFETY IS THE NUMBER ONE PRIORITY THIS YEAR))
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All city schools now have a crisis emergency plan that could help in a possible bomb threat or hostage situation.
Dogs will look for drugs at both middle and high schools and administrators will be looking for guns.
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((ANNIE HARMAN/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS: WE'RE DOING RANDOM SEARCH ON A REGULAR BASIS WITH METAL DETECTOR IN ALL OUR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOLS. THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS ON AN AS NEED BASIS))
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While it's not mandatory, schools officials are encouraging students to students leave back packs and big coats in their lockers.
And as far as trench coats students can wear them...for now.
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((IT MAY STILL BE A FEAR FACTOR FOR KIDS THIS YEAR. IF IT IS AND IS DRAWN TO OUR ATTENTION THEN WE'LL HAVE TO MEET WITH THOSE STUDENTS TO DETERMINE IF THEY CAN CONTINUE TO DO THAT))
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Having an effective communications system during crisis situation is also an area where changes have been made.
Each school will now have a 2 way intercom system in every classroom.
High schools will receive 4 cell phones. Each middle school will get one.
And many school buses will soon be equipped with cameras.
School officials are hoping this year won't be plagued with frequent bomb threats and they want to make sure they have done everything possible to make the classroom a safe place to learn.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.


[Fulcher]


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How did inmates and guards at Bland Prison ever manage to smuggle so much marijuana into a supposedly secure institution?
Keith Humphry has the story behind the drug trafficking charges now being presented in federal court.
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Teresa Paynotta still doesn't realize she's responsible for launching the investigation.
She's known inmate Michael Fulcher since she was barely a teenager.
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((WE'VE BEEN THROUGH GOOD AND BAD THINGS TOGETHER.))
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Two years ago Fulcher called her from the prison- -telling her he was a changed man.
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((DON'T GET ME WRONG. I STILL HAVE THAT J. R. EWING BLOOD IN ME TO CUT THEM WHEELING DEALS IF I HAVE TO. BUT IT'S LIKE THIS, YOU CAN BE A HUMBLE LITTLE LAMB AND GET ATE UP IN THE SLAUGHTER OR YOU CAN BE THE BIG DADDY WOLF AND RUN THE PACK. ))
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The point of the call was to arrange a meeting the next day between Paynotta and a man Fulcher said was one of his gophers. Prison Guard Billy King allegedly showed up at her home, bearing letters from Fulcher enlisting her help in finding some marijuana.
But Paynotta was already in trouble, so she threw out the visitor and took the evidence to her probation officer.

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((ORIGINALLY, WHEN I TURNED THE LETTERS IN I TURNED THE LETTERS IN TO PROTECT MYSELF. IT JUST SNOWBALLED INTO SOMETHING THAT I HAD NO IDEA WHAT WAS UNDERLYING.))
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It turned out to be the start of an internal investigation of prison guards and inmates that resulted in a 45 count indictment against 18 people including Paynotta's childhood friend and former lover Mike Fulcher.
Keith Humphry, NEWS 7.

[Drought]


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As of today, 33 Virginia counties have requested drought disaster relief.
23 of those have already added up damages at 93-million dollars and counting.
Yesterday, the USDA allocated just under two million dollars for 18 of the counties.
But it will be a long, dry spell before much larger disaster relief checks will make it to Virginia farmers.
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((WILMER STONEMAN/VIRGINIA FARM BUREAU: WITH CONGRESS ON RECESS AND BASICALLY GOVERNMENT ON VACATION, THE DAYS ARE TICKING BY. WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL SEPTEMBER 9TH... REALLY TRICKLES DOWN.))
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The Farm Bureau points out that some farmers are just now getting relief checks from LAST year's drought.
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Coming up next, 45 years after the crime, prosecutors exhume the victim's body in one of the country's most notorious murders,
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and from Christiansburg, the murder trial for two identical twins continues. Today witnesses say they can't support claims of self defense.
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The identical twins accused of shooting a man inside a Blacksburg night spot two years ago say they fired in self- defense.
But, so far, testimony has done little to support their claim.
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Terry and Kerry Scales say they shot Richard Bullard after Bullard allegedly grabbed one of the twins, by the throat, inside Arnold's restaurant.
The twins say Bullard was angry that they were looking at a couple of girls on the dance floor.
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The witnesses who testified today, on behalf of the prosecution, remembered a lot of shoving just before shots were fired-- but did NOT mention Bullard grabbing anyone by the throat.
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(DANIELLE FURR/PROSECUTION WITNESS: MY HUSBAND SAID RICHARD'S GETTING READY TO GET INTO A FIGHT AND I TURNED AROUND AND

I HEARD PEOPLE MOVING AND THINGS LIKE THAT AND THERE WAS MUSIC AND THEN WE HEARD THE GUNSHOTS SO IT HAPPENED RATHER FAST.)
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Bullard was struck by bullets from two different weapons-- traced back to the twins.
Testimony will continue on Monday.
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[Phillips]


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A 15 year old will spend the rest of his life in prison-
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A judge sentenced Joshua Phillips to life without parole- for the death of 8-year old Maddie Clifton.
Last November the girl's body was found stuffed into the frame of Joshua's waterbed.
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((STEVE CLIFTON/VICTIM'S FATHER; MAYBE JUSTICE HAS BEEN SERVED AND IT'S STILL A SHAME FOR THE YOUNG INDIVIDUAL TO LOOK AT THE REST OF HIS LIFE IN PRISON, THERE IS NO UPSIDE TO THIS, IT'S ALL VERY DEPRESSING.))
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Joshua's age spared his life- Florida bars the death penalty for killers under 16.
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[Sheppard]


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It's a decades old case that sparked the TV series the Fugitive-
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Today a prosecutor in Cleveland Ohio has ordered another body exhumed in the case involving Sam Sheppard.
He was the defendant who was later acquitted for the murder of his wife.
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((WILLIAM D. MASON/PROSECUTOR: TODAY I'VE ORDERED THE REMAINS OF MARILYN SHEPPARD THE MURDERED WIFE OF DR. SAM SHEPPARD BE EXHUMED.))
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The exhumation comes in response to a lawsuit filed against the state by Shepard's son.
He contends his father was wrongfully imprisoned and the state owes the estate money for the decade his father was imprisoned.
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[Batteau-Tax]


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Don't be surprised to see a flat-bottomed boat floating down the Roanoke River
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((nat sot singing down river))
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carrying a crew of 18th-century servants.
They're part of a new exhibit at the Explore Park.
Mostly African-Americans steered these batteaux from Roanoke to Richmond to sell tobacco.
They also paid a ceremonial tax on their boat at the treasurer's office today.
The exhibit will be dedicated next Tuesday.
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Up next on the newscast,
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Steve Smallshaw visits Nelson County as residents there look back 30 years to remember the deadly rage of Hurricane Camille.
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[Camille]


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The most aggressive hurricane of the century hit the coast of the United States thirty years ago.
Hurricane Camille tore through central Virginia.. unleashing her fury on Nelson County, where Steve Smallshaw finds residents still vividly remember that deadly night three decades ago.
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(( Hurricane Camille had already made headlines when she slammed into the Mississippi coast on August 17th, 1969.. but the damage the storm wrought there would pale in comparison to her impact on central Virginia three days later.
The same mountains that make Nelson County such a beautiful place to live also contributed to her doom that night, when they stalled a cold front long enough for Camille to catch up.
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((PAT MICHAELS/STATE CLIMATOLOGIST: THE COLD FRONT, CAMILLE AND THE MOUNTAINS ALL INTERSECTED IN THE SAME SPOT, AND THE RESULT WAS ONE OF THE THREE GREAT FLOODS OF RECORD IN THE UNITED STATES.))
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((TOM HUFFMAN/LOST 22 FAMILY MEMBERS TO CAMILLE: WE BEGAN TO REALIZE MORE THAT SOMETHING WAS WRONG BECAUSE OF THE SMELL OF FRESH EARTH, AND THE BOULDERS.. YOU COULD HEAR THE BOULDERS HITTING TOGETHER, AND WE REALIZED THEN THAT THE EARTH HAD BEGUN TO MOVE.))
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In fact, the earth had liquefied, rolling off the mountains and sweeping away everything in its path.. trees, bridges, homes and people.
August 20th arrived bright and sunny, but something was clearly amiss.
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((CARLESTIA MAWYER/NELSON CO. RESIDENT: THE SMELL.. IT WASN'T A BAD SMELL, BUT IT WAS VERY, VERY STRANGE. IT WAS JUST EARTH.. VERY EARTHY, AND THERE WERE NO BIRDS, THERE WAS NO SOUND.))
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Slowly, the story of Camille's fury filtered to an incredulous outside world.. 30 inches of rain in eight hours.. dozens dead, hundreds more missing.. and damages in the millions. [Standup 22:23:02] ((As dramatic as they are, all the newspaper headlines and photographs don't really tell the whole story of that August night in 1969. It's only when you come here to a place like this.. a small quiet cemetery on a hillside near Davis Creek.. that you can truly understand the impact Camille had on the families of Nelson County.))
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For it's here where three dozen victims of Camille lay buried.. including 22 members of the Huffman family.
Tom and Adelaide Huffman still live just a stone's throw away from those gravesites.. they think of that fateful night often, especially when it rains.
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((ADELAIDE HUFFMAN: WE DON'T SLEEP VERY GOOD IF IT RAINS VERY HARD RIGHT TODAY. IF A STORM'S COMING THROUGH I USUALLY GET UP TO SEE HOW BAD IT'S GOING TO BE.))
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Another storm like Camille may in fact be a thousand years off.. but memories of the first one will last at least that long.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Nelson County.))

[S-Extra]


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An Express owner steps away form the team, highlights from both the Skins and the Panthers games,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=75-Chicago, IL/WGN; :00]


But first the extra point. Sammy Sosa crushed his 48th and 49th home runs today in Chicago's 11-3 LOSS to Colorado. He now leads Mark McGuire, whose St. Louis game with the Mets was rained out.
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[S-Express]


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The Roanoke Express lost one of it's original owners Thursday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Joe Steffen, who has been an owner since the team's inception in 1993, sold his portion of the team to two new owners, James Forkavitch and Hue Lantz, both friends of owner Dick Yancey, according to Steffen. Steffen will continue to support the team despite relinquishing his ownership of it.
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[S-Skins]


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The Washington Redskins improved to 2 and OH in the preseason, beating visiting Buffalo 20 to 13 last night.
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[VO-NAT]
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Norv Turner doing what he does best...pace.
His team would given him good reason. Special teams was a problem all night for the Redskins..watch usually sure h
anded return man Brian Mitchell take the ball and move up field only to fumble the rock on [SUPER=30-Washington/20/Buff

alo/19;]the big hit.
One bright spot..rookie Champ Bailey who gets his second interception in as many games, he is making a name for himself as the Skins win 20-19.
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[S-Panthers]


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in Charlotte, the Panthers hosted the Steelers. Bill Cowher...he's fired up....what a surprise...
His quarterback got him even more juiced. Cordell Stewart with the pump fake and the long bomb to Courtney Hawkins...he's gonna go all the way for the touchdown.
[SUPER=30-Carolina/20/Pittsburgh/13;]Them in the third quarter, Steelers up 10-3, Panthers reserve QB Jeff Lewis conn

ects with Anthony Johnson who somehow finds the end zone....
but instant replay ruled against the score but Carolina wins 20-13.

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[S-Irvan]


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Although the sun was out much of the day at Michigan Speedway, everyone was gloomy.
[graphic=ernie irvan]


Ernie Irvan crashed this morning. Ironically, it was a similar crash on this very day five years ago at this track that nearly killed him.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Brooklyn, MI/ESPN; :00]


Irvan and his number 84 Pontiac crashed in practice in preparation for tomorrow's Busch race at Michigan. Irvan was airlifted to St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital.
The latest update on his condition is that he is in fare condition. He sustained a bruised lung and a mild head injury but will not need surgery.
Dick Trickle drove for Ernie and will start 15th.
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[S-Qualify]


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Rick Mast qualified 30th, Elliott Sadler 31st, Dale Earnhardt 35th and Jeff Burton 36th.
Other Winston Cup drivers fared better in qualifying for Sunday's Pepsi 400
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Brooklyn, MI/ESPN; :00]


Points leader Dale Jarrett will start third in Sunday's race,
But South Boston's Ward Burton was the man. He set a new track record with a speed of 188.843 miles per hour to grab the top spot. Now the other 24 guys.
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[Sports tease]


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Still to come tonight, we will take you up 81 North to JMU territory
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-]


for a look at the Dukes 1999 football team, can James Madison rebound from a touch 98.
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[S-JMU]


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James Madison was 3 and 8 last year, but Denise Allen says this team is ready to put up it's Dukes and forget about the past.
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((Mickey Matthews took his first head coaching job in late March, by May first he had hired the staff he says will turn the James Madison program around.
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The Dukes were three and eight last year, last in the Atlantic 10 in total offense and last in rushing.
But everyone says those stats will change.
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The players say the difference between this year's team and last season's squad is attitude.
They say the new coaches' enthusiasm has been contagious.
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THE 1999 JMU TEAM FACES ITS FIRST TEST SEPTEMBER FOURTH IN BLACKSBURG, AGAINST A NATIONALLY RANKED VIRGINIA TECH. OF COURSE JAMES MADISON'S GOAL IS TO WIN A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP, BUT THE ROAD TO AN ONE-DOUBLE-A TITLE IS TOUGH AS EIGHT OF THEIR NEXT 10 OPPONENTS HAD FINISHED '98 WITH WINNING RECORDS.
IN HARRISONBURG, DENISE ALLEN NEWS 7 SPORTS. ))


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The milder temperatures were not the only thing cooling people off tonight..
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Banana splits took over the parking lot of the Salem Ice Cream Parlor as the Sunday School on Wheels sponsored an event to make the largest sundae around.
Kids of all ages divided into five groups, working together to make the 360 foot dessert.
The fastest team made 150 feet of the sundae lickety-split in a sweet time of under two minutes.
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