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(Bradenton, Florida: Anderson Cooper) A look all over Florida after Hurricane Irma introduced; many weather scenes shown, including destruction in the keys, damaged Naples, first responders, the baby, flamingos, a stranded manatee, flooding in Jacksonville & Charleston, South Carolina. [FLORIDIAN - comments.] [Fire dept. GUy - talks about the baby delivered.]
(Bradenton, Florida: Anderson Cooper; Plantation City: Bill Weir) The damages on the Florida Keys from the hurricane discussed; scenes shown from the Sea Breeze mobile home park in Plantation Key, where there is no electricity or running water. [Year-round residents "STACEY," "BILLY," "RICH" - react to the devastation to the homes & trying to get back the normal living conditions.] The "sound track" of this disaster discussed.
(Bradenton, Florida: Anderson Cooper) Earlier phone interview held with Key West city manager Jim Scholl about the situation after the storm; many scenes of Key West damages shown. [SCHOLL - says we are doing well despite a Category 4 storm: the strongest storm here in decades; lists the supplies we need with power & communications out.]
(Bradenton, Florida: Anderson Cooper; Jacksonville: Kaylee Hartung) The flooding in Jacksonville from the storm, how many Floridians had come to Jacksonville to be safe, the damages in residential areas discussed; scenes shown of the water from the storm surge that rolled through the streets this morning & later.
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