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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Sep 14, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) The deadly flooding in Colorado introduced; scenes shown of a man on horseback in the water in Greeley, raging floodwaters, flooding in Boulder, a rescue in Boulder County, a view from inside a fire engine in Longmont; death toll cited.

(Longmont: George Howell) The flooding in Longmont reviewed; details given about the forecast for more rain and the challenge of getting around; scenes shown of an inundated bike trail, the flooded St. Vrain†† River. What is being done to rescue stranded people discussed; scenes shown from Boulder.

(Studio: Don Lemon) Governor John Hickenlooper††’s Twitter remarks about helping rescue people during a helicopter tour quoted. Flash flood warnings across Utah and the West noted; map shown; scenes shown of flooding in Albuquerque, New Mexico and the Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Texas, which has been closed.

Lemon, Don;
Howell, George

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