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Hurricane Irma / Florida / Rappaport Interview #1115780

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 08, 2017
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(Miami Beach: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with National Hurricane Center acting dir. Ed Rappaport about Hurricane Irma. [Using weather maps, RAPPAPORT - talks about the storm surge, the expected landfall as a Category 4 or 5: a devastating storm, the expected areas of storm surge.]

(Miami Beach: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(South Palm Beach, Florida: Miguel Marqeez) The exodus from Palm Beach County, the risk for the Lake okeechobee area featured; scenes shown from an evacuation staging area. [GIRL, MAN, Fontil DAITY†, Palm Beach County fire Chief Jaravis MIDGET†, Palm Beach County schools supt. Robert AVOSSA†, Belle Glade area resident Jesse TAYLOR†- comment on what is & could happen to the area.] The difficulty in evacuating this Creole/Spanish area discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Marqeez, Miguel
Duration:
00:07:20

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