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Hurricane Irma / Hurricane Hunter, Mayor Interviews #1115640

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 06, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The route of deadly Hurricane Irma shown. Earlier interview held with NOAA Hurricane Hunters flight dir. Richard Hennings about Hurricane Irma; storm video from the Virgin Islands shown. [HENNINGS†- talks about the flights in a hurricane hunter reconnaissance aircraft to release weather trackers that send data back to the plane & then to the National Hurricane Center where the computers track this storms, how the storm is getting stronger: the strongest ever in this part of the Atlantic; explains the warm ocean waters fueling the storm & the size of the hurricane eye.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine about preparations for the hurricane. [LEVINE - says the storm is a nuclear hurricane; talks about the Miami Beach evacuation plans as the size of the storm could envelop the state of Florida.]

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