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Hurricane Sandy / East Coast / Newark Mayor Interview #1033020

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 29, 2012
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(Battery Park: Anderson Cooper) Live phone interview held with Newark Mayor Cory Booker about the impact of superstorm Sandy on the city. [BOOKER - talks about challenges all over the city with no reported casualties; asks people not to call 911.]

(Battery Park: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Atlantic City: Ali Velshi) Breaking news on the situation in Atlantic City due to Sandy updated; dark flood scenes shown; details given about the curfew and travel ban. What the mayor of Atlantic City has said about the city and the response of Governor Chris Christie to the mayor discussed.

(Battery Park: Anderson Cooper) A report that seawater is getting into the Battery Park tunnel reported.

(Battery Park: Anderson Cooper; studio: Chad Myers) The flooding in New York City and New Jersey updated; scenes of water in the Brooklyn Battery tunnel and weather maps shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Velshi, Ali;
Myers, Chad

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