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Hurricane Isaac / Louisiana / Midwest #1030225

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 03, 2012
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(LaPlace, Louisiana: Gabe Gutierrez) The aftermath of Hurricane Isaac in Louisiana featured; scenes shown of the flood in LaPlace, President Obama’s arrival, cleanup work in Plaquemines Parish. [Flood victims Cheryl and Kent BROUSSARD‡- react.] [LaPlace resident Veronica CAMBRE†- says she would ask Obama to make sure people in small towns are protected from floodwaters.] [MAN – says there were so many memories of Hurricane Katrina.]

(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Belleville, Illinois: Diana Alvear) The relief for farmers in the drought-stricken Midwest with storms from Isaac’s remnants featured; map shown of the drought zone and Isaac’s path; scenes shown of flooding in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, the low level of the Mississippi River. [KTRS St. Louis DJ Dave SCHUMACHER†- wonders how much rain they will get.] [Farmer Bob BIEHL††- says crops are showing stress.] [The Weather Channel’s Todd SANTOS†- comments on the flooding.] [NOAA Climate Prediction Center David MUSKUS†- outlines what is needed in the drought zone.]

Snow, Kate;
Gutierrez, Gabe;
Alvear, Diana

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