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Hurricane Sandy / Northeast #1034596

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 05, 2012
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(Democracy Plaza: Brian Williams) The surprise for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during a phone call with President Obama about Hurricane Sandy when Obama put singer Bruce Springsteen on the line noted.

(Sea Bright, New Jersey: Katy Tur) The storm damage on the New Jersey shore reviewed; scenes shown of the destruction in Sea Bright and Mantoloking, reopened casinos in Atlantic City, gas lines. [Sea Bright residents Bob and Amy KELLY – comment.] [Mantoloking WOMEN – react.] [Sea Bright Mayor Dina LONG††- talks about rebuilding in a sustainable way.] [CHRISTIE – talks about keeping children safe.] The threat from another storm noted.

(Democracy Plaza: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(The Weather Channel: Jim Cantore) The forecast for this next storm featured; maps and diagrams shown.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Tur, Katy;
Cantore, Jim
Duration:
00:05:00

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