World News Now: Wednesday, June 4, 2014

In this morning's headlines: wicked weather; rumbling volcano; cautious bear crossing.
1:53 | 06/04/14

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Transcript for World News Now: Wednesday, June 4, 2014
ABC's world news and asked. That's her fans online and Lindsay Janice I'm John Mueller top stories on this Wednesday June 4 the destructive storm system hit the great plains there have been several reports of tornadoes including this one near Missouri valley Iowa caught on camera. The storm system also -- what's known as -- the rape -- The line of intense dangerous winds and also produced baseball sized hail that twister touchdown in Nebraska. Scientists are keeping a close I'll Alaska's most active volcano after two days of rumbling. The -- -- a volcano erupted sending a plume of -- 22000 feet into the air. And the cloud drifted about fifty miles east but the seismic activity is subsiding this morning and the alert for aircraft has been lowered from the highest level from. Bride groom and their party. Oh you know what's gonna happen here on to 22 people on that -- in Minnesota yup. Went down a couple of the ladies running for dry land they made it all the others went right in. Everyone remained common dried off -- -- it right knee Wednesday -- the ceremony started only ten minutes late no one hurt. Good for them. Up for bride you know and check out mama bear and her three little ones getting -- -- -- that road and Wisconsin but wait. There's too much traffic apparently so they beat a hasty retreat to the safety the once they look like they were thinking -- going -- -- again. But it didn't happen there leaving the road. Leaving the road crossings chickens. When I'm -- kind of thing mama teach a good lesson there but look both ways and if you seek article back. We'll get more news any time at ABC news -- Connell and Lindsay Janice I'm John Muller thanks for watching. This is ABC's world news now available anytime anywhere you want to. -- -- -- It's America's number one source.

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