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Hurricane Arthur #1126057

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 04, 2014
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(Studio: Kate Snow) The arrival of Hurricane Arthur on the East coast introduced; maps and image from space shown.

(Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina: Kerry Sanders) Arthur’s impact on North Carolina reviewed; scenes shown of flooding in the Outer Banks and in Manteo, downed trees, a flipped shed, concrete highway barriers that were shifted and damaged mobile homes [Manteo MAN, tourist Jake GARABEN‡– comment.] [Governor Pat McCRORY – says the North Carolina beaches are open for business.]

(Studio: Kate Snow) The storm’s track up the East Coast noted; scenes shown of flooding in Worcester, Massachusetts.

(Hatteras Island, North Carolina: Jim Cantore) The threat to New England featured; maps shown of the storm’s track and the rip current threat.

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate;
Sanders, Kerry;
Cantore, Jim
Duration:
00:03:50

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