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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 27, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The deadly flooding in Texas introduced; scenes shown from Houston.

(Wimberley, Texas: Ana Cabrera) The catastrophic flooding in Texas featured; scenes shown from Winberley & the rising Blanco River; details given about the missing McComb family & others in a vacation home. [Father of Jonathan McComb, Joe McCOMB@- describes what happened to the family as the house floated on the river with only Jonathan escaping.] [Missing man's neighbor Lydia GLISEN@, missing woman's friend Jesse YANEZ@- react to the missing.] The threat of more isolated thunderstorms discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Winberley, Texas: Gary Tuchman) The training for river rescues featured; scenes shown of the reporter being "trained" in a river. [San Marcos fire dept. Capt. Jay HORTON@- says you need training & the right equipment.] The river rescue principles discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Cabrera, Ana;
Tuchman, Gary

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