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Hurricane Irene / East Coast #1006386

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 02, 2011
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(Studio: Harry Smith) The work to restore power and the cleanup on the East Coast after Hurricane Irene noted; photos shown; damage estimate cited.

(Point Pleasant, New Jersey: Anne Thompson) The hope on the New Jersey shore for a successful Labor Day weekend after the storm featured; estimate on Labor Day travelers cited. [Beachgoer Mary Ellen DUNN‡, Martell's Tiki Bar Ed BRANIGAN‡, Paterson apartment owner Sash ADAMOV††, Jenkinson's Boardwalk WOMAN - comment.] [Governor Chris CHRISTIE – says get the hell back on the beach.] [AAA Troy GREEN†- notes the decrease in travelers can be blamed on shaky consumer confidence and high unemployment.]

Smith, Harry;
Thompson, Anne

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