DURATION: 1:30

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SHOTLIST:

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Location - Date: Adairsville, Georgia / January 30, 2013

1. Wide, Truck knocked on side

2. Close. Truck on its side

3. Mid. Truck knocked on side

4. Wide. Restaurant damaged by storm

5. SOUNDBITE: DANNY ODUM / STORM KNOCKED TRUCK OVER

(Transcript Below)

6. SOUNDBITE: CHRYSTAL BAGLEY/EMPLOYEE, OWEN'S BAR-B-QUE

(Transcript Below)

7. Close. Restaurant broken window

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Location - Date: Muhelenberg County, Kentucky / January 30, 2013

8.

Wide. Wrecked home

9. Close. Debris.

10. Mid. Storm debris.

11. Wide. Storm debris

12. Close. Debris from roof

13. Wide. Damaged storage facility

14. Wide. Storage facility's damaged roof

15. SOUNDBITE: BOBBY WOODLEY /

STORM DAMAGED HOME (mostly covered/transcript below)

16. SOUNDBITE: BOBBY WOODLEY / STORM DAMAGED HOME (transcript below)

17. Mid. Person opens storage gate

18. SOUNDBITE: PAULA NAPIER / OWNS STORAGE FACILITY (transcript below)

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Location/Date: Scott County, Missouri /

19. Mid. Derailed train cars.

20. Mid. Derailed train cars

21. Wide. Derailed train cars

22. Wide. Derailed train cars

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

STATES ACROSS THE SOUTH AND MIDWEST ARE CLEANING UP FROM A DEADLY MIX OF SEVERE WEATHER.

ONE OF THE HARDEST-HIT PLACES IS ADAIRSVILLE, NORTHWEST OF ATLANTA, WHERE A HUGE FUNNEL CLOUD WAS SPOTTED ON WEDNESDAY.

SOUNDBITE: DANNY ODUM / TRUCK DAMAGED IN GEORGIA

We heard the noise. And we all took off and run to inside, you know, room. When we went back, my truck was turned over, all the glass was broken out of it.

8. SOUNDBITE: CHYRSTAL BAGLEY/EMPLOYEE, OWEN'S BAR-B-QUE

employee

"We heard this big old whooshing noise like a train, and then we ran to the restroom but we had to dodge objects. It was real scary."

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AT LEAST TWO DEATHS ARE BLAMED ON THE WEATHER, ONE IN GEORGIA AND ONE IN TENNESSEE.

THOUSANDS OF HOMES AND BUSINESSES LOST POWER, AND TORNADOES WERE REPORTED IN SEVERAL STATES.

A SUSPECTED TORNADO INJURED A CHILD SOUTH OF LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.

RESIDENTS OF WESTERN KENTUCKY ARE ALSO CLEANING UP FROM POWERFUL WINDS.

SOUNDBITE: Bobby Woodley / Storm Damaged Home

Back wall here is about to fall out, all the ceiling's gone

SOUNDBITE: Bobby Woodley / Storm Damaged Home

at the end of it it kept getting louder so I told my wife let's get in the hole.

SOUNDBITE: Paula Napier / Owns Storage Facility

'it's all out to the field, some of the metal, some of the wood, some of the people's belongings is in here, is also out there too.'

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MORE REPORTS OF TORNADOES ARE UNDER INVESTIGATION AS FAR WEST AS ARKANSAS AND MISSOURI.

POWERFUL WINDS ARE SUSPECTED OF KNOCKING ABOUT FOUR DOZENS CARS OF A TRAIN OFF THE TRACKS IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI.

SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

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