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Rescued At Sea / Jordan's Story / Father's Interview #1081446

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 03, 2015
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Five people who were rescued at sea after a long time outlined on screen.

(Norfolk, Virginia: Gary Tuchman) The rescue of Louis Jordan from the Atlantic Ocean after 66 days reviewed; photos shown. [JORDAN - describes what happened when his boat overturned.] [SailTime CEO Wayne DIVINEY@- talks about sailing in winter weather.] The questions about Jordan's timeline at sea discussed.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live interview held with father Frank Jordan about his son's rescue. [JORDAN - talks about his son's medical & mental/emotional condition, how he was sheltered at sea by his boat.]

Sciutto, Jim;
Tuchman, Gary

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