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Hurricane Irma / Florida #1115776

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 08, 2017
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(Miami Beach: Anderson Cooper; studio: Allison Chinchar) The activity of Hurricane Irma as it approaches Florida, the storm surge prediction, the likelihood of where the storm will hit Florida discussed; weather maps & surge diagrams shown.

(Miami Beach: Anderson Cooper; Caibarien, Cuba: Patrick Oppmann) The wind & rain in Cuba from the storm, the local calls for evacuations discussed; inset weather & weather map shown.

(Miami Beach: Anderson Cooper; Cudloe Key, Florida: Bill Weir) The evacuation of the Florida keys, the options for those who have not left, the open highway to get out, the news crew's plans to move north discussed; scenes shown of the sunset in Cudloe Key, parked cars.

(Miami Beach: Anderson Cooper; Naples: Drew Griffin) The prospects for a direct hit in southwest Florida, the emptying of the mobile home parks in Naples, the local county shelters, the gas availability issue discussed; storm track shown. [Resident Sue HABERKORN†- comments.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Chinchar, Allison;
Oppmann, Patrick;
Weir, Bill;
Griffin, Drew

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