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Puerto Rico / Hurricane Maria #1117225

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 18, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(San Juan & Las Manas, Puerto Rico: Bill Weir) the situation in Puerto Rico a month after Hurricane Maria featured; aerial views in the mountains, the militarizing of the airport after bureaucratic red tape shown. [Volunteer Warfighter DRT Eric CARLSON†- talks about helping, the need for the National Guard.] [Las Manas resident Jose RODRIGUEZ†- says the veterans were helpful..] [FEMA deputy federal coordinating officer Justo HERNANDEZ†- talks about the FEMA role in several places & the mission here.] The two-week delay in getting the National Guard here when there is so much to do discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Weir, Bill

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