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Hurricane Harvey / Texas / Mayor Interview #1115270

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 25, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) The movement of Hurricane Harvey towards Texas introduced.

(Corpus Christi, Texas: Martin Savidge) The wind & rain in Texas from Hurricane Harvey with a non-mandatory evacuation reviewed; scenes shown of the reporter out in the stormy weather. How there are sightseers driving about despite the potential of disaster, the threat of storm surge on the nearby islands & low-lying areas that will be inundated with water discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live interview held by phone with Corpus Christi Mayor Joe McComb abut the storm. [McCOMB - talks about the threat from the rain that will back up through the city, about people staying in shelter & off the roads till "this thing" passes & seek higher ground.]

(Studio: John Berman; studio: Chad Myers) The latest information on the Category 4 hurricane that may last for a week discussed; weather maps in the background & storm video shown.

Berman, John;
Savidge, Martin;
Myers, Chad

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