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Hurricane Florence / Carolina Coast / Interviews #1130089

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 14, 2018
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(Carolina Beach: Miguel Marquez) The impact of the wind & rain from Hurricane Florence on New Hangover County in North Carolina featured; scenes shown of the reporter out in the storm.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The slow movement of now-Tropical Storm Florence noted; photos shown of a family being rescued. [Earlier phone interview, Annazette RILEY-CROMARTIE†- recounts the storm water rising in her house, hearing people yelling for help, getting rescued in the morning by Indiana volunteers, whom she thanks for helping.]

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) Video of a rescue crew on the water shown. [MAN - recounts their rescue operation.]

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Wilmington fire Chief Buddy Martinette & wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo; inset video from River Bend, North Carolina, shown. [SAFFO - talks about clearing downed trees to make the roads passable, how long we will have to deal with flooding.] [MARTINETTE - recounts the role of the fire department in rescues, medical professionals on duty; tells people to stay away while we carry out the process.]

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper; New Bern: Diane Gallagher) The rescue mission in New Bern in which the CNN car was slowed by water discussed. [Volunteer rescuers "ROBERT," "JACOB," "TANNER" - talk about rescuing people & pets by truck & boats.]

Marquez, Miguel;
Cooper, Anderson;
Gallagher, Diane

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