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Hurricane Irma / The Islands / Interviews #1115755

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 07, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The impact of Hurricane Irma on Turks & Caicos in the Caribbean with the storm moving towards Florida introduced. [Florida Governor Rick SCOTT - says "get out."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Tom Sater) The course of Irma, the NOAA hurricane watch, which will become a warning, the development of Category 3 Hurricane Jose, headed to the Caribbean islands, discussed; weather maps & the changing ensemble models, shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier phone interview held with Turks & Caicos Governor John Freeman about the hurricane. [FREEMAN - says there are damages on Grand Turk, the predictions for the worst times, the shelter situation with two islands evacuated, the earlier steps to prepare for medical emergencies.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Air Force reserve meteorologist Jeremy DeHart about Hurricane Irma. ["Hurricane hunter" DeHART - talks about the strength & forecast track of Irma, his "intense" flight into the storm, the measurements of the eye.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Anguilla resident Josephine Gumbs-Connor about the hurricane there; storm video shown. [GUMBS-CONNOR†- talks about the immense pressure when the storm was at its worst, the damages to the island, the intensity, the disorganized situation in this British overseas territory without boots on the ground.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Sater, Tom
Duration:
00:18:30

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