CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 29, 2017
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(Addicks, Texas: Miguel Marquez) The low flooded streets of Addicks & boats rescuing people featured; scenes shown from the highway of air boats.
(Studio: John Berman) Report introduced.
(Beaumont, Texas: Drew Griffin) The impact of the flooding on roadways & major highways making Beaumont a mini-island reviewed; scenes shown of water everywhere.
(Studio: John Berman; studio: Tom Sater) The rain forecast for the Texas region east of Houston where it still rains & of limited rain for Louisiana & Mississippi, the threat to levees around Houston discussed; weather maps shown.
(Studio: John Berman) The remarkable amount of water everywhere in the Houston area with canoes & boats shown.
(Studio: John Berman; Bush International Airport, Houston: Brian Todd) The emergency situation in Crosby, east of Houston, where the Arkema peroxide plant is flooded & air rescues today to pull people out of flood-ravaged neighborhoods discussed; water rescues in Dickinson, water in Addicks & rescue operations shown. [Rescued WOMAN - comments.]
(Studio: John Berman; Houston: Gary Tuchman) The torrents of water that has paralyzed Houston featured; scenes shown of the flooded streets in all of the city with water rescues being carried out at the flooded Norwood house. [Houston residents Wayne WHEELER, John LATROBE- comment.] The rescue operations in Houston discussed.
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