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Hurricane Sandy / New York / Staten Island #1033533

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 02, 2012
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[Staten Island resident Sheila TRAYNOR‡- says we have to start over.]

(Staten Island: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(State Island: Gary Tuchman) The anger on Staten Island about the lack of help after Hurricane Sandy featured; scenes shown from the borough without power of wrecked houses. [Resident Addi CARLO†- blames the mayor.] [Residents Michele BELLOLI†- react to their neighborhood disaster.]

(Staten Island: Anderson Cooper, Gary Tuchman) How the people are shocked that a hurricane hit New York City and the story of the woman who lost two children in the storm while her husband was working in the field discussed.

(Staten Island: Anderson Cooper) The deaths in Staten Island from the storm reported. [In interview, borough president James MOLINARO†- recounts the promises made from the governor, president and Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano; states he spoke out to get action after his frustration; explains how people can help via a foundation.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary;
Gary, Anderson Cooper,

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