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Hurricane Irma / Florida / Jacksonville Mayor Interview #1115837

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 11, 2017
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(Bradenton, Florida: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Jacksonville's Mayor Lenny Curry about the flooding in Jacksonville from Hurricane Irma; storm video shown. [CURRY - says we are in rescue mode after a Category 3 tropical storm: to make sure our people are safe, that we were not surprised by a major event with storm surge with safety first, how deep the water is in some areas with boats needed to get some people out.]

(Bradenton, Florida: Anderson Cooper; Miami: John Berman) The impact of Irma on Miami, the extent of power outages across the state & what will be done to get the power lines back up & running discussed; scenes shown from the marina where the storm surge pushed the boats on shore crushing them.

(Bradenton, Florida: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Halstead about restoring Florida. [HALSTEAD - comments on the role of emergency responders still looking for people, the need for the curfew in Miami, the need for supplies in the keys until the power is solved, the supplies {food & water} in an Orlando warehouse.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Berman, John

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