CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 02, 2012
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(Staten Island: Anderson Cooper, Deborah Feyerick) The furious reaction of devastated people to the equipment that had been dedicated to the marathon, including generators and the diversion of police resources, the looting going on as the temperatures drop discussed. [New York Road Runners CEO Mary WITTENBERG - announces the cancellation of the New York City ING marathon.]
(Staten Island: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Staten Island state assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis about how the Staten Island residents feel forgotten; onset video of the damages shown. [MALLIOTAKIS- talks about allocating the resources from the marathon; comments on the early problems of communication about how dire the situation was here; calls for volunteers to help with the cleanup.]
(Staten Island: Anderson Cooper) The rationing order for gasoline in New Jersey and plans to truck in fuel noted; scenes shown from New Jersey of cars in line for gasoline.
(New Jersey: Susan Candiotti) Breaking news on the long lines for gasoline featured; scenes shown from Bergen County, New Jersey, of the cars in line and of gas stations out of gas. [In line, two DRIVERS - comment.] The gasoline situation discussed.
(Staten Island: Anderson Cooper) The need for help on Staten Island and how people are helping already noted; scenes shown of wreckage in the background.
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