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Tropical Storm Isaac / Gulf Coast #1029920

ABC Evening News for Friday, Aug 31, 2012
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(Studio: Jake Tapper) The movement of Tropical Storm Isaac northward from the Gulf coast introduced; scenes shown of presidential candidate Mitt Romney in the storm zone.

(Crown Point, Louisiana: Ginger Zee) The flooding along the Gulf coastline featured; scenes shown of the waters with snakes, debris in Plaquemines Parish; details given of the shutdown of oil production leading to a rise in gas prices. [Four RESIDENTS - complain.] Weather map of where the rain will go this weekend shown.

(Studio: Jake Tapper) Report introduced.

(LaPlace, Louisiana: Matt Gutman) The high anxiety for residents returning to flooded neighborhoods featured; scenes shown from LaPlace, Louisiana. [Residents Darren and Lynn JAMIESON - react to returning to their house.]

Reporter(s):
Tapper, Jake;
Zee, Ginger;
Gutman, Matt
Duration:
00:05:10

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