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PBS NEWSHOUR

From Wildfires to Heat Wave, Extreme Weather Batters U.S.

  • Aired: 07/02/2012
  • 10:53
  • Rating: E
The continuing U.S. heat wave has killed at least 22 people, while states try to grapple with storm-driven power outages on the East Coast and wildfires in the West. Tom Bearden reports on the experiences of families in Fort Collins, Colo., who returned to their homes after the wildfires to see what treasures had survived.
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