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Texas / Tropical Storm Harvey / Houston / Lincoln Interview #1115350

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 28, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) The rescue operation in flooded Houston updated; scenes shown of boats in the water; details given about the role of the "Cajun Navy" volunteers; inset photos of rescues shown. [Voice of Cajun Navy volunteer Joshua LINCOLN†- recounts what happened in the rescue of a "body" of a living woman, Wilma Ellis, who was resuscitated & then she was reunited with relatives via social media & the Cajun Navy; explains what the Cajun Navy is doing.]

(Studio: John Berman) The photo of the assisted living facility in Dickinson, Texas, that was flooded, but all were rescued, shown.

Berman, John

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