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Hurricane Irma / Plane Passenger, Helicopter Pilot Interviews / The Islands #1115761

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 07, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with passenger Sheila Sellers, who was on the flight out of Puerto Rico that flew through Hurricane Irma; inset weather & the picture of the plane in the storm shown. [SELLERS - explains how she wound up on the last Delta plane out of San Juan, what she saw out of the plane window, the turbulence.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The devastation of the Caribbean islands reported; aerial scenes shown of damages in Antigua. [Caribbean Helicopter Ltd. pilot Greg SCOTT†- talks about flying over the Caribbean today, the patching of the runway, the helicopter evacuation of people, the situations in Barbuda & Antigua.]

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