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(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with the Cajun Navy, which is rescuing people in North Carolina from Hurricane Florence inset scenes of flooding shown. [Cajun Navy founder Todd TERRELL - explains how this storm is different, their rescue missions in which air boats do not work how, we brought in our own boats because we have dealt with storms before, how many days we will likely be here.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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