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Hurricane Florence / Carolina Coast #1130087

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 14, 2018
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(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The rain from Hurricane Florence, now a tropical storm, introduced; inset scenes shown of wind-driven rain in Wilmington, North Carolina, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper; North Carolina, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: Chris Cuomo) The rainy weather from the storm in North Carolina & Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, discussed; scenes shown of the storm.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper; Wilmington: Brian Todd) The concerns about the cresting of the Cape Fear River with danger from the relentless rain in low-lying areas discussed; scenes shown from floods in downtown Wilmington.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper; Carolina Beach: Miguel Marquez) The continuing wind & rain in Carolina Beach discussed; scenes shown of the reporter in the wind & rain.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper; studio: Allison Chinchar) The slow-moving storm that promotes flooding & storm surge with the relentless rain discussed; weather maps shown.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The rescues across the region introduced; photo shown of Indiana volunteer Amber Hiersel†† carrying a child to safety. [In live interview, HIERSEL - describes what happened in the rescue by her local volunteer team early this morning with her group staying as long as necessary.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Cuomo, Chris;
Todd, Brian;
Marquez, Miguel;
Chinchar, Allison

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