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Hurricane Matthew #1103475

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 08, 2016
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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Miguel Almaguer) The impact of Hurricane Matthew on North & South Carolina & Florida featured; scenes shown of surge, flooded Fayetteville, a tree in a house, tornado damage in South Carolina, Florida. [WOMAN, Governor Nikki HALEY; in Georgia; NBC's Rehema ELLIS, Florida COUPLE - comment.]

(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(Studio: Dylan Dreyer) The course of Hurricane Matthew reviewed & previewed; weather maps shown.

(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(No location given: Tammy Leitner) The deadly aftermath of the hurricane in Haiti reviewed; scenes shown of the homeless, flood areas, the hospital, a shelter, relief supplies. [HAITIAN, aid worker Holly FREW†- comment.]

Balart, Jose Diaz;
Almaguer, Miguel;
Dreyer, Dylan;
Leitner, Tammy

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