DURATION: 1:14

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SHOTLIST:

SOURCE - KCTV - COURTESY KCTV5, EMBARGO KANSAS CITY

Location - Date: Kansas City, Missouri, February 26, 2013

1. Wide. Snowy, collapsed tree on top of car

2. Close/Pan - Car, snow on top

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SOURCE: NOAA.GOV - COURTESY NOAA

3. Weather maps

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SOURCE - KCTV - COURTESY KCTV5, EMBARGO KANSAS CITY

Location - Date: Belton, Missouri, February 26, 2013

4. Wide, building, roof caves in (strong nats)

5. Mid, pan, building aftermath

SOUNDBITE (Woman/No Name Available) (Transcript Below)

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SOURCE: KMIZ - COURTESY KMIZ, EMBARGO COLUMBIA, MO/JEFFERSON CITY

Location/Date: Columbia, Missouri / February 27, 2013

6. Mid, collapsed gas station canopy

7. Close, Gas station sign

8. Close, Gas station damage

9. Mid, gas station damage

10. Close. Damaged door of building

11. Wide, roof of damaged building

12. Wide, fire trucks in street

13. Close. Fire truck in street

14. Wide, Building with collapsed roof

15. Close. Collapsed roof area.

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

THE STORM THAT'S DROPPED RECORD-BREAKING AMOUNTS OF SNOWFALL ON THE MIDWEST HAS TURNED ITS FOCUS TO THE GREAT LAKES REGION.

AREAS OF SOUTHERN MICHIGAN ARE FORECAST TO HAVE UP TO EIGHT INCHES OF SNOW BY THE END OF WEDNESDAY.

SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN COULD GET SIX TO TEN INCHES, WHILE HEAVY SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED AROUND CHICAGO.

((NAT PAUSE))

PARTS OF THE CENTRAL PLAINS ARE UNDER SO MUCH SNOW, BUILDINGS ARE ACTUALLY CAVING IN.

NO INJURIES WERE REPORTED AFTER A ROOF COLLAPSED BENEATH 13 INCHES OF SNOW IN BELTON, MISSOURI, SOUTH OF KANSAS CITY.

SOUNDBITE: (KCTV) NO NAME AVAILABLE

"we heard something that sounded like thunder, a big clap. We knew it wasn't raining and my husband went out and looked out the backside of the loft, one eye, and said 'Oh my, get our son up. The wall's falling.'

TRACK-2

HEAVILY DAMAGED BUILDINGS AND DOWNED TREES DOTTED THE LANDSCAPE AROUND JEFFERSON CITY AND COLUMBIA, MISSOURI.

TRAVEL IS DIFFICULT IN AREAS FROM THE TEXAS PANHANDLE NORTH TO THE GREAT LAKES.

MISSOURI AUTHORITIES ISSUED A RARE 'NO TRAVEL' ADVISORY, URGING PEOPLE TO STAY OFF THE HIGHWAYS UNLESS IT'S AN EMERGENCY.

MORE THAN 100-THOUSAND HOMES AND BUSINESSES LOST POWER.

SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

RESTRICTIONS SUMMARY:

KCTV - COURTESY KCTV5, EMBARGO KANSAS CITY

NOAA.GOV - COURTESY NOAA

KMIZ - COURTESY KMIZ, EMBARGO COLUMBIA, MO/JEFFERSON CITY

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