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Good Friday afternoon dear/to you. from cnn.com headquarters at Atlanta, I'm Naamua Delaney, here is the look what's happening now in the news.

Six workers' bodies have been pulled from rubble of the Dixie crystal sugar plant near Savarnnah Georgia.
About a hundred people were working in the plant, when it was (wrought) by an explosion last night.
Dozens of workers were hurt in the blast and fire many severely burned over most of their bodies.
Firefighters are still trying to put out the last of the flames.They say the building is unstable and dangerous.
Offical suspected the explosion was set off by sugar dust which can be volatile.

President Bush visited Lafayette,Tennessee today for a firsthand look at the area hardest hit by this week's swarm of tornatos.
Later yesterday he declared five tennessee counties major disaster areas clearing the way for federal financial aid.
This morning he promised that help is on the way.
"listen, determine, you know, to make sure the federal response is compassionate and effective. I don't want people to think sth is gonna happen is not gonna happen. Therefore when you say sth gonna happen, you have to get them the feedback on the ground it will happen."
Three days after the storm, offical say there is still hundreds of people who remain unaccounted for in Macon county tennessee alone.
But they think many of them maybe in hotels or, staying with relatives.

The white house visitor center which attracts millions of tourists every year was evacuated today.
Offical say a small amoount of ammonia spilled in a nearby storage shed and some of the chemical fumes leaked out.
nine people was hospitalized after complaining of irritated eyes, nausea and vomiting.
Chemical and biological experts from secret service along with the DC fire department were on the scene.
A spokesman say it turned out to be a minor managable spill that was contained within the shed.

A make shift memorial now sits on the steps of the city hall in the Saint Louis suburb, where a man killed five people before police killed him.
The victim included two police officers and three city officals.the gunman identified as Charles Cookie Sosen had a long standing feud(feud) with the city government.
And recently lost a free speech lawsuit against the city. He burst into a city council meeting last night, two people were wounded, the city's mayor is in serious condition, and the reporter who was covering the meeting is listed in satisfactory condition.

Will you are now up today, cnn is your source of the latest headlines on line, on TV or on your wireless gadget. Thanks for logging on.
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Good Friday afternoon to you from CNN.com headquarters in Atlanta. I am Naamua Delaney. Here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Six workers' bodies have been pulled from the rubber of the Dixie Crystals sugar plant near Savannah Georgia. About 100 people were working in the plant when it was rocked by an explosion last night. Dozens of workers were hurt in the blast and fire, many severely burned over most of their body. Firefighters are still trying to put out the last of the flames. They say the building is unstable and dangerous. Officials suspected the explosion was set off by sugar dust which can be volatile.

President Bush visited Lafayette, Tennessee today for a first hand look at the area hardest hit by this week's swarm of Tornados. Late yesterday, he declared Five Tennessee counties major disaster areas, clearing the way for Federal financial aid. This morning he promised that help is on the way. "to listen, to determine, you know to make sure the federal response is compassionate and effective. I don't want people to think something is going to happen that is not going to happen. Therefore when we say something is gonna happen to help them get their feet back on the ground, it will happen." Three days after the storm, officials say there are still hundreds of people who remain unaccounted for in Macon County Tennessee alone, but they think many of them may be in hotels or staying with relatives.

The White House Visitor Center which attracts millions of tourists every year was evacuated today. Officials say a small amount of ammonia spilt in a nearby storage shed and some of the chemical fumes leaked out. 9 people were hospitalized after complaining of irritated eyes, nausea and vomiting. Chemical and biological experts from the Secret Service along with the D.C. Fire Department were on the scene. A spokesman says it turned out to be a minor manageable spill that was contend within the shed.

A makeshift memorial now sits on the steps of the City Hall in a St.Louis suburb where a man killed five people before police killed him. The victims included two police officers and three city officials. The gunman identified as Charles Cookie Thornton had a long standing feud with the city government and recently lost a free speech lawsuit against the city. He burst into a city council meeting last night. Two people were wounded. The city's mayor is in serious condition and a reporter who was covering the meeting is listed in satisfactory condition.

Well, you are now up-to-date. CNN is your source for the latest headlines online, on TV, or on your wireless gadget. Thanks for logging on.
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Good Friday afternoon to you from CNN.com headquarters in Atlanta. I’m Naamua Delaney, here’s a look at what’s happening NOW In The News.

6 workers’ bodies have been pulled from the rubble of the Dixie Crystals sugar plant near Savannah Georgia. About 100 people were working in the plant when it was rocked by an explosion last night. Dozens of workers were hurt in the blast and fire, many severely burned over most of their body. Firefighters are still trying to put out the last of the flames. They say the building is unstable and dangerous. Officials suspected the explosion was set off by sugar dust which can be volatile.

President Bush visited Lafayette,Tennessee today for a firsthand look at the area hardest hit by this week’s swarm of tornadoes. Late yesterday, he declared 5 Tennessee counties major disaster areas, clearing the way for Federal financial aid. This morning he promised that help is on the way.

….to listen, to determine, you know, to make sure / the federal response is compassionate and effective. I don’t want people to think something is gonna happen that is not gonna happen, therefore when we say something’s gonna happen to help them get their feet back on the ground, it will happen, ”

Three days after the storm, officials say there are still hundreds of people who remain unaccounted for in Macon county Tennessee alone. But they think many of them may be in hotels or staying with relatives.

The White House Visitor Center which attracts millions of tourists every year was evacuated today. Officials say a small amount of ammonia spilled in a nearby storage shed and some of the chemical fumes leaked out. 9 people were hospitalized after complaining of irritated eyes, nausea and vomiting. Chemical and biological experts from the Secret Service along with the D.C. Fire Department were on the scene. A spokesman says it turned out to be a minor manageable spill that was contained within the shed.

A makeshift memorial now sits on the steps of the City Hall in a St.Louis suburb where a man killed 5 people before police killed him. The victims included 2 police officers and 3 city officials. The gunman identified as Charles Cookie Thornton had a long-standing feud with the city government and recently lost a free-speech lawsuit against the city. He burst into a city council meeting last night. 2 people were wounded. The city’s mayor is in serious condition and a reporter who was covering the meeting is listed in satisfactory condition.

Well, you are now up-to-date, CNN is your source for the latest headlines on line / on TV or on your wireless gadget. Thanks for logging on.
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Good Friday afternoon to you from CNN.com headquarters in Atlanta. I’m Naamua Delaney, here’s a look at what’s happening NOW In The News.

6 workers’ bodies have been pulled from the rubble of the Dixie Crystals sugar plant near Savannah Georgia. About 100 people were working in the plant when it was rocked by an explosion last night. Dozens of workers were hurt in the blast and fire, many severely burned over most of their body. Firefighters are still trying to put out the last of the flames. They say the building is unstable and dangerous. Officials suspected the explosion was set off by sugar dust which can be volatile.

President Bush visited Lafayette,Tennessee today for a firsthand look at the area hardest hit by this week’s swarm of tornadoes. Late yesterday, he declared 5 Tennessee counties major disaster areas, clearing the way for Federal financial aid. This morning he promised that help is on the way.

….to listen, to determine, you know, to make sure the federal response is compassionate and effective. I don’t want people to think something is gonna happen that is not gonna happen, therefore when we say something’s gonna happen to help them get their feet back on the ground, it will happen, ”

Three days after the storm, officials say there are still hundreds of people who remain unaccounted for in Macon county Tennessee alone. But they think many of them may be in hotels or staying with relatives.

The White House Visitor Center which attracts millions of tourists every year was evacuated today. Officials say a small amount of ammonia spilled in a nearby storage shed and some of the chemical fumes leaked out. 9 people were hospitalized after complaining of irritated eyes, nausea and vomiting. Chemical and biological experts from the Secret Service along with the D.C. Fire Department were on the scene. A spokesman says it turned out to be a minor manageable spill that was contained within the shed.

A makeshift memorial now sits on the steps of the City Hall in a St.Louis suburb where a man killed 5 people before police killed him. The victims included 2 police officers and 3 city officials. The gunman identified as Charles Cookie Thornton had a long-standing feud with the city government and recently lost a free-speech lawsuit against the city. He burst into a city council meeting last night. 2 people were wounded. The city’s mayor is in serious condition and a reporter who was covering the meeting is listed in satisfactory condition.

Well, you are now up-to-date, CNN is your source for the latest headlines on line on TV or on your wireless gadget. Thanks for logging on.
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6 workers’ bodies have been pulled from the rubble of the Dixie Crystal sugar plant near Savannah, Georgia. About 100 people were working in the plant when it was rocked by an explosion last night. Dozens of workers were hurt in the blast and fire, many severely burned over most of their body. Firefighters are still trying to put out the last of the flames. They say the building is unstable and dangerous. Officials suspected the explosion was set off by sugar dust which can be volatile.

President Bush visited Lafayette, Tennessee today for a first-hand look at the area hardest hit by this week’s swarm of tornados. Late yesterday, he declared 5 Tennessee counties major disaster areas, clearing the way for Federal financial aid. This morning, he promised that help is on the way.
“… to listen, to determine, you know, to make sure the federal response is compassionate and effective. I don’t want people to think something is gonna happen that is not gonna happen. Therefore when we say something’s gonna happen to help their feet back on the ground, it will happen. ”

3 days after the storm, officials say there are still hundreds of people who remain unaccounted for in Macon County, Tennessee, alone. But they think many of them may be in hotels or staying with relatives.

The White House Visitors’ Center which attracts millions of tourists every year was evacuated today. Official say a small amount of ammonia spilled in a nearby storage shed, and some of chemical fumes leaked out. 9 people were hospitalized after complaining of irritated eyes, nausea and vomiting. Chemical and biological experts from the Secret Service along with D.C. Fire Department were on the scene. A spokesman says it turned out to be a minor manageable spill that was contained within the shed.

A makeshift memorial now sits on steps of the City Hall in a St.Louis suburb where a man killed 5 people before police killed him. The victims included 2 police officers and 3 city officials. The gunman, identified as Charles Cookie Thornton, had a long-standing feud with the city government, and recently lost a free-speech lawsuit against the city. He burst into a city council meeting last night. 2 people were wounded. The city’s mayor is in serious condition and a reporter who was covering the meeting is listed in satisfactory condition.
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