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Hurricane Maria / Puerto Rico / Trump #1116389

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 26, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The announcement from President Trump he will travel to Puerto Rico next week to view the island after Hurricane Maria introduced. [TRUMP - says we are doing a great job on an island in the middle of the ocean & the governor of Puerto Rico has thanked us.]

(San Juan, Puerto Rico: Bill Weir) The need for water, food & fuel in Puerto Rico featured; scenes shown from a "watering hole" connected to a natural spring, the mountain areas, cars in line for fuel, a damaged school; details given about stress, medical issues [Resident "NICASIO" - talks about water, food, the National Guard.] [Resident Lydia RIVERA†- {thru reporter's translation} comments on conditions.] [Utuado, Puerto Rico, Mayor Ernesto IRIZARRY†- sums up the situation here.] [At a gas station, resident Janice TORRES†- describes the level of separation.] [Resident Harry TORRES†- says he will have to leave the island.] The fuel & security issues & the high level of need discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Weir, Bill

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