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Hurricane Sandy / New York / World Trade Center / Hospital Nurse Interview #1033102

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 01, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A timelapse photo of the impact of Hurricane Sandy on New York City shown. A trip with Governor Andrew Cuomo to the World Trade Center site in Manhattan featured; scenes shown from outside and below ground. [CUOMO - calls the flooding truly frightening and disorienting; states New York is very vulnerable to extreme weather patterns.] [WTC project lead engineer Steve PLAKE†- estimates the remaining water left and pumped out.] The work on the site at the WTC updated.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The evacuation of patients from Bellevue and the NYU hospitals reviewed; scenes shown of a nurse pumping air into a baby's lungs. [In live interview, NYU Langone Medical Center nurse Margot CONDON†- recounts the process of moving the babies out of the hospital.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:09:30

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