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Unformatted text preview: News Story Example – High Five, Comma Sheet and Bibliography Jimmy John, Lab Section 3 Word Count: 510 I interviewed Susie Smith He changed majors five times during his first semester at Oklahoma State University, and his final career choice saved many lives on May 22. John Jones survived the May 22 tornado that ripped through Joplin, Mo., and saved 11 lives because of his medical degree and training at OSU. (NEWS) “My medical training kicked in immediately,” Jones said. “I found an open space of land and started carrying the people who were alive but couldn’t move to the open space. I tried to save them all, but I could only save 11 people. Fifteen people died in my arms that day. “I’ve never seen so many injured or dead people, and I’m a military officer who served in Iraq.” (IMPACT) The Joplin, Mo., tornado killed 159 people and destroyed one-third of the city’s homes and businesses, leaving 629 families homeless and 42 businesses destroyed, according to the Federal...
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