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Hurricane Irma / Florida #1115849

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 12, 2017
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(Florida Keys: David Muir) The impact of Hurricane Irma on the Florida Keys introduced; aerial & ground scenes shown of the damages, the lone road, Key West, an Army National Guard unit, the damages seen in a drive- & walk-through, the search & rescue teams from Gainesville going door-to-door. [GUARDSMAN - comments on the weather.] [Monroe County†† emergency management center Martin SENTERFITT††- cites the damages from a Category 4 storm.] [GUARDSMAN - cites casualties.]

(Florida Keys: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Lehigh Acres, Florida: Tom Llamas) The loss of power for millions in Florida, highway & generator problems leading to carbon monoxide poisonings featured; scenes shown of the traffic jam outside Miami Beach. [Inside a Ft. Myers home, "MARGIE" & "DAVE" - show the house.] [Utility WORKER; Sarasota sheriff dept. SPOKESMAN - comment.]

Muir, David;
Llamas, Tom

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