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Texas / Hurricane Harvey / Houston / Police Chief Interview #1115394

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 30, 2017
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(Houston: Anderson Cooper) Another rescue operation in Houston as darkness nears & the continuing need for more rescues reported; scenes shown of boats.

(Houston: Anderson Cooper: Orange, Texas: Ryan Nobles) The flooding near the Louisiana border with the return of Harvey & the slow pace of the rescue discussed; scenes shown from Orange.

(Houston: Anderson Cooper) The rescue operation in Houston updated; scenes shown from the Houston area. [At shelter, Houston police Chief Art ACEVEDO - offer views on day six for the police department with rescues continuing, how the water event still goes on in parts of Houston & secondary searches need to be carried out in flooded areas.]

Cooper, Anderson

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