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Northeast / Storm #1034891

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 07, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The nor’easter hitting the East Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the order for evacuations and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s remark about locusts and pestilence noted; weather map and scenes of snow and high waves shown.

(Belmar, New Jersey: Ben Tracy) The preparations for more damage along the New Jersey shore featured; scenes shown of crews rebuilding sand dunes in Belmar and hauling wreckage from Sandy, water being pumped out; details given of concern about another power outage. [Belmar Mayor Matt DOHERTY††- says we wanted to be aggressive about protecting our community.] [Brick Township Mayor Stephen ACROPOLIS††- says he thinks most people will not stay.] [Residents Ms. Di LORENZO‡, Steve SANZO††- comment on their plans.]

Pelley, Scott;
Tracy, Ben

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