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Hurricane Irene / East Coast #1000889

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 27, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The location of Hurricane Irene along the east coast shown.

(Alexandria, Virginia: Luke Russert) The preparations around Washington, DC and virginia for the storm reviewed; scenes shown of the reporter in the rain; details given of concerns about a storm surge from the Potomac River.

(Studio: Brian Williams) The question of what the storm can do to the New Jersey shore outlined.

(Asbury Park, New Jersey: Michelle Franzen) The deteriorating conditions in Asbury Park, New Jersey, featured; scenes shown from evacuation shelters and a wedding couple. [In shelters, WOMAN, Andrea RHODES; Belmont WOMAN - react.] [Governor Chris CHRISTIE - asks people to leave for safety.]

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Russert, Luke;
Franzen, Michelle
Duration:
00:04:40

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