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Hurricane Irma / The Islands / St. John / Chesney, Hanna Interview #1115871

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 12, 2017
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(Bradenton, Florida: Anderson Cooper) The needs of the Caribbean islands after Hurricane Irma re-introduced. The CNN interview held with singer Kenny Chesney, a resident of St. John in the US Virgin Islands, & Kate Hanna†, who survived Irma on St. John, about the islands; inset video shown. [CHESNEY - talks about the devastation of the island, the destruction of his house, the resilience of the people.] [HANNA - describes what happened while she stayed on the island at another house in the laundry room as the storm hit.]
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:05:50

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