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Tropical Storm Isaac / Florida #1029201

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 22, 2012
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The growing strength of Tropical Storm Isaac, which can become a hurricane, reported; map shown.

(Miami: Matt Gutman) The approach of Isaac to Florida during the Republican National Convention in Tampa featured; details given of the lack of a sense of emergency at this time. [Miami-Dade County emergency management director Curt SOMMERHOFF†- worries about complacency.] [Florida International University Eric SALNA†- lists potential damage from a hurricane from wind and resulting flying debris.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Sam Champion) The plotted path of the storm and the potential for rain and wind discussed; forecast map shown.

Sawyer, Diane;
Gutman, Matt;
Sam, Diane Sawyer,

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