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Hurricane Sandy / East Coast #1033010

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 29, 2012
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(Battery Park: Anderson Cooper, Rob Marciano) Live coverage of the superstorm that was Hurricane Sandy in New York City reported; scenes shown of water in Asbury Park.

(Atlantic City: Ali Velshi) The curfew in Atlantic City due to Hurricane Sandy and concerns about flooding in the East coast region featured; scenes shown of the flood waters.

(Battery Park: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Chad Myers) Breaking news on the grading of the storm to a post-tropical hurricane and the threat of a storm surge due to the shift in the wind reported; weather maps shown; details given of the collision of two water masses off New York City.

(Battery Park: Anderson Cooper, Rob Marciano) Transmission problems.

(Rehobeth Beach, Delaware: Gary Tuchman) The treacherous weather in Delaware reviewed; scenes shown from Rehobeth Beach.

(Studio: Chad Myers) How the ponies of Asinoteague Island got there explained; weather map shown.

(Studio: Chad Myers; Battery Park: Anderson Cooper) A telephone report on the movement of the storm's water with flying debris, the partial collapse of a crane in New York City discussed; weather map and the dangling NYC crane that could fall shown.

(Lower Manhattan: Ashleigh Banfield) Breaking news on the evacuation of the area around the crane outside a luxury highrise under construction and the death of a Queens man from a falling tree reported; scenes shown from lower Manhattan of the flood water in Battery Park City.

Rob, Anderson Cooper,;
Velshi, Ali;
Cooper, Anderson;
Myers, Chad;
Tuchman, Gary;
Banfield, Ashleigh

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