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Hurricane Maria / Puerto Rico #1116437

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 28, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The long list of obstacles for Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria introduced. [Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine DUKE†- says she is satisfied with the progress; it is a good news story.] The response from the island noted. [Hurricane survivor Maria ROSARIO - wants water.] [In response to CNN'S Jonathan Karl, Homeland Security adviser Tom BOSSERT†- explains why it took 8 days to get a general there.] [Led military response after Hurricane Katrina, retired Lt. Gen Russel HONORE†- says we have been slow to deploy the military.] Trump tweet about he first response for Puerto Rico quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; San Juan, Puerto Rico: Ivan Watson) The lack of aid & supplies outside San Juan discussed; scenes shown of people crossing a river for food & of the damages.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; San Juan, Puerto Rico: Sanjay Gupta) The issue of medical care after the hurricane when there are no communications, how supplies are not getting to the people, how people will die because of lack of medical basic things discussed; inset video shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Puerto Rico: Boris Sanchez) The questions about supplies on the docks in the ports of Puerto Rico, the layers of bureaucracy discussed; inset video from the containers at the docks shown.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Watson, Ivan;
Gupta, Sanjay;
Sanchez, Boris
Duration:
00:08:10

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