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Hurricane Maria / Puerto Rico / Rossello Interview #1116359

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 25, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An aerial view of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria shown.

(Puerto Rico: Bill Weir) The situation in "bombed-out" Puerto Rico featured; scenes shown from damaged houses & the area around Aguas Buenas† with Javier Garcia† words translated. The major humanitarian crisis here where it is difficult to get aid into the island discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders had to say about Puerto Rico introduced. [SANDERS - says the president has sent officials there to witness the damage & we will provide assistance.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rossello. [ROSSELLO - talks about the collaboration with the US government about this unprecedented response , the needs in a supply-chain effort to get the aid to the people where the devastation has been enormous.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Weir, Bill

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