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Hurricane Matthew #1103499

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 09, 2016
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced. {Note: technical problems from 5:39:07-5:39:27.}

(Tarboro, North Carolina: Miguel Almaguer) The flooding disaster after Hurricane Matthew featured; scenes shown from flooded areas in North Carolina, damaged roads. [Howard WHITFIELD, Governor Pat McCRORY†, MAN, Cumberland County emergency services Randy FREEMAN†, MAN - comment on the flood conditions.]

(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Daytona Beach, Florida: John Torres) The potential health issues in the aftermath of the hurricane examined; scenes shown from a hospital in Daytona Beach, Florida; details given about how to protect yourself. [Halifax health Medical Center Dr. Stephen VIEL†, Volusia County fire rescue deputy chief Noble TAYLOR†- outline likely problems: electricity, carbon monoxide.]

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate;
Almaguer, Miguel;
Torres, John
Duration:
00:04:40

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