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Rarely-used snowplows have been getting a workout in parts of the Deep South, which is blanketed by up to 3 inches of snow ...
in some areas. (Jan. 29)
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SHOTLIST:WBMA - AP CLIENTS ONLY, COURTESY WBMA, EMBARGO BIRMINGHAMBirmingham, Alabama - January 28, 20141. Wide shot of flipped car in snowWIAT - AP CLIENTS ONLY, COURTESY WIAT, EMBARGO BIRMINGHAMBirmingham, Alabama - January 28, 20142. Wide shot of car spinning wheels on ice3. Wide shot of people walking in snowy park4. Wide shot of traffic backed up in snowAP IMAGES - AP CLIENTS ONLYBirmingham, Alabama - January 28, 20145. Wide shot of traffic on highwayMICHAEL O'SULLIVAN - AP CLIENTS ONLY, COURTESY: MICHAEL O'SULLIVANAtlanta, Georgia - January 28, 2014++USER GENERATED CONTENT: UGC cannot be absolutely verified. This video has been authenticated based on the following validation checks:++Image checked against known locations and events++Image is consistent with independent AP reporting++Image cleared for use by all AP clients by content creator6. Wide shot of traffic backed up at nightMCKENZIE DUNN - AP CLIENTS ONLY, COURTESY: MCKENZIE DUNNMarietta, Georgia - January 28, 2014++USER GENERATED CONTENT: UGC cannot be absolutely verified. This video has been authenticated based on the following validation checks:++Video and audio checked against known locations and events++Video is consistent with independent AP reporting++Video cleared for use by all AP clients by content creator7. Wide panning shot of cars parked on hillAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYMarietta, Georgia - January 29, 20148. SOUNDBITE (English) McKenzie Dunn, Car stranded in storm (transcript below)AP IMAGES - AP CLIENTS ONLYMontgomery, Alabama - January 28, 20149. Wide shot of icy grass with truck on highway in backgroundWSB - AP CLIENTS ONLY, COURTESY WSB, EMBARGO: ATLANTAAtlanta, Georgia - January 28, 201410. SOUNDBITE (English) Gov. Nathan Deal, (R) Georgia (transcript below)AP IMAGES - AP CLIENTS ONLYIndian Springs, Alabama - January 28, 201411. Wide shot of children sitting at school while teacher reads a bookAP IMAGES - AP CLIENTS ONLYCanton, Georgia - January 28, 201412. Wide shot of traffic on Georgia highwayAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYMarietta, Georgia - January 29, 201413. SOUNDBITE (English) McKenzie Dunn, Car stranded in storm (transcript below)AP IMAGES - AP CLIENTS ONLYWilsonville, Alabama - January 28, 201414. Wide shot of traffic on road with truck accident in backgroundVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:ACROSS THE DEEP SOUTH.. A DEEP FREEZE IS PARALYZING AN ENTIRE REGION.FROM TEXAS TO LOUISIANA -- ALABAMA TO GEORGIA.. SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW AND ICE FELL LATE TUESDAY.. CAUSING MASSIVE TRAFFIC BACKUPS.. STRANDING MOTORISTS FOR HOURS.THIS PHOTO WAS TAKEN OUTISDE ATLANTA AROUND MIDNIGHT.THE DRIVER SAYS HIS 20 MINUTE COMMUTE... TOOK ELEVEN HOURS(NATS: "this is totally like the walking dead out here.")MCKENZIE DUNN TOOK THIS VIDEO IN MARIETTA GEORGIA --SHE HAD TO ABANDON HER CAR ON THE WAY HOME FROM WORK.. AND WALK *FOUR HOURS*SOUNDBITE (English) McKenzie Dunn, Marietta Georgia, helping stranded people"(RING) this might be somebody needing help hold on"BY EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING.. SHE WAS REACHING OUT TO PEOPLE ON FACEBOOK WHO WERE *STILL* STRANDED IN THEIR CARS.SOUNDBITE (English) McKenzie Dunn, Marietta Georgia, helping stranded people"I was out there and people were trying to help me there was a man who had a bag of water and gadorade and was handing it out to people who were walking.""if someone's stuck out there.. it's too cold to be out there right now."SEVEN SOUTHERN STATES DECLARED STATES OF EMERGENCY TUESDAYSOUNDBITE (English) Gov. Nathan Deal, (R) Georgia"it became very obvious that everyone was leaving to go home at the same time."BUT OFFICIALS CLEARLY DIDN'T ANTICIPATE HOW SEVERE THE STORM WOULD GET --ACROSS THE REGION.. SCHOOLS STAYED OPEN.. BUT CHILDREN BECAME STRANDED INSIDE WHEN ROADS SHUT DOWN.IN ATLANTA.. TRAFFIC BECAME SO BAD A BABY HAD TO BE DELIVERED ON THE SIDE OF THE INTERSTATE.FRUSTRATED RESIDENTS LIKE DUNN SAY *MORE* SHOULD HAVE BEEN DONE.SOUNDBITE (English) GA GOV PRESSER"I don't think they were prepared for it.. which.. kind of urks me because it happened two years ago."ROBERT BUMSTED.. ASSOCIATED PRESS.