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Hurricane Sandy / East Coast #1034210

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 30, 2012
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(Manhattan: Scott Pelley) Earlier interview held with New York police commissioner Ray Kelly about the response to Hurricane Sandy; scenes shown from the emergency command center. [KELLY – cites the number of people without power; says we’re still in a rescue mode; says there is lots of devastation; comments on the Breezy Point fire; says it’s the worst thing to happen to this city since 9/11.] The Coast Guard search for Capt. Robin Walbridge†† of the HMS Bounty, which sank off North Carolina, noted; photos shown of Walbridge, the sinking ship and crew member Claudine Christian††, a descendant of Fletcher Christian, the leader of the famed mutiny on the Bounty, who was killed.
Pelley, Scott

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