ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 07, 2016
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(St. Augustinbe: Eva Pilgrim) The impact of Hurricane Matthew on Florida featured; scenes shown from Jacksonville, St. Auguistine, Palm Coast, Melbourne & lots of water. [President OBAMA  - says this is a dangerous hurricane.] [Governors Nikki HALEY, Rick SCOTT - offer advice.]
(Studio: David Muir; Satellite Beach: Ginger Zee) The location & movement of the hurricane up towards Georgia & coastal Carolina discussed; weather maps shown.
(Studio: David Muir) The work of the hurricane hunters featured; scenes shown from the inside of the NOAA plane. [NOAA flight director Jack PARRISH- talks about flying into the hurricane; states how hardy the aircraft is as they fly into the eye.]
(Studio: David Muir) Images of the power outages in Florida shown.
(West Palm Beach, Florida: Gio Benitez) The scramble to restore electricity featured; scenes shown of a fire in Melbourne from downed power lines. [WOMAN; in Palm Beach, COUPLE; Florida Power & light ALys DALY- react.]
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Charleston, South Carolina: Rob Marciano) The arrival of Hurricane Matthew in South Carolina featured; scenes shown from the coast & of people evacuating. [HALEY - comments & gives advice.] [WOMAN - reacts.] [Mt. Pleasant's Bill CROCKER - explains the pump system.]
(Studio: David Muir) The staggering toll of the hurricane on the Caribbean introduced.
(Port-au-Prince, Haiti: David Wright) The devastation in Haiti from the storm featured; scenes shown of the ruins, people surviving. [Marine Cpl. Thomas PRENTICE- lists supplies being delivered.]
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