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Hurricane Sandy / Northeast #1033131

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 30, 2012
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The rescues in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy featured; scenes shown of a tree upended and falling, cars in flood waters, waves, an area map and the dark New York City skyline.

(Little Ferry, New Jersey: Alex Perez) The damages and search and rescue in flooded New Jersey featured; scenes shown of the water, rescue operations, flooded Sea Bright, ruined Atlantic City, rescuers in NYC. [Three RESIDENTS, RESCUER - comment.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The big picture of Sandy across the East and Midwest reviewed; details given about snow in Ohio.

(Alexandria, Virginia: David Kerley) The falling trees in the path of the storm reviewed; scenes shown from New York of trees snapping, a tree being heaved up in Huntington, a tree that slammed a house in North Salem, New York and more trees downed in Delaware. [Delaware Electric Cooperative Doug HUDSON†- says trees and power don't go together.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A flooded street in Long Beach Island, New Jersey, and a lot of flooded taxi cabs shown.

(Lower Manhattan, New York: Chris Cuomo) The impact of the storm that crippled New York City presented; scenes shown from lower Manhattan of flooded streets, darkness and the shut down damaged, flooded subways. [Apartment resident John SHIRO, MTA official Joe LIDO - comment on the situation.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The dangling crane by a skyscraper in New York City shown.

Sawyer, Diane;
Perez, Alex;
Kerley, David;
Cuomo, Chris

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