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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 08, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) A second storm bringing snow to the East coast in the wake of Hurricane Sandy reported; scenes shown of high waves in Plymouth, Massachusetts; statistics on power outages and gas stations with no gas cited.

(Lawrence, New York: Stephanie Gosk) The anger and frustration in New York and New Jersey featured; scenes shown of people pumping water, snowy roads, utility crews from across the country, the wrecked Duncan family home. [New Yorker Fay SLADOWSKY‡, her DAUGHTER, Lawrence, New York Mayor Martin OLINER†, New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE – comment on the continuing power outage.] [In Point Pleasant, New Jersey, utility worker Dave MATTHEWS†- notes the difficulty of digging out sand with snow on top of it.] [Washington state utility worker Mick CONLON†- says the devastation is widespread.] [Bay Head resident Kim DUNCAN†- reacts to the extreme weather.] The estimated damage cost noted.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Staten Island, New York: Ann Curry) The situation in hard-hit Staten Island updated; scenes shown of debris. [Resident Phyllis PUGLIA††- reacts to the loss of her home.] [Neighbors Pedro and Jennifer CORREA††- comment on the flooding and moving on.]

Williams, Brian;
Gosk, Stephanie;
Curry, Ann

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