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Hurricane Rita Coverage #1008807

CNN Special for Saturday, Sep 24, 2005

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Live CNN Coverage of Hurricane Rita.

  • Coverage and analysis are provided by anchor Aaron Brown, meteorologist Chad Myers, correspondent Aaron Brown, correspondent Miles O'Brien in Lumberton, Texas, correspondent Sean Callebs in Galveston, Texas, correspondent Rob Marciano, in Beaumont, Texas, Max Mayfield of the National Hurricane Center, correspondent Gary Tuchman, Rick Sanchez in Lake Charles, Lousiana, and correspondent Randi Kaye in Baytown, Texas.
  • Includes interviews between Aaron Brown and Jerry Osborn, a Texas business owner and resident affected by Hurricane Rita, as well as with Mayor Bob Dunn, of Nacogdoches, Texas.
  • Reporter(s):
    Cooper, Anderson;
    Sanchez, Rick;
    Marciano, Rob;
    Gupta, Sanjay;
    Callebs, Sean;
    Randi, Kaye;
    O'Brien, Miles

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