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Hurricane Florence / Carolina Coast #1130099

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 13, 2018
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(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The coverage for Hurricane Florence introduced.

(New Bern, North Carolina: Diane Gallagher) The flooding in New Bern, North Carolina, featured; scenes shown of the reporter knee-deep in the water from a river, boarded windows downtown.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Hampstead, North Carolina: Brian Todd) The rainy situation in Hampstead, North Carolina, featured; scenes shown of the rain & inland flooding.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper; studio: Jennifer Gray) The status of the hurricane at this time as it will "sit" just off the Carolina coast with the high tide cycle tonight, how massive this storm is with the storm surge to threaten homes, what we will see in the next few hours discussed; weather maps & storm surge model shown.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Woody White, chairman of New Hanover County board & Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo; inset video of the rain & flooding shown. [SAFFO - says "be vigilant" because it will be a big, slow-moving storm.] [WHITE - talks about the number being sheltered & that we will rebuild after.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Gallagher, Diane;
Todd, Brian;
Gray, Jennifer
Duration:
00:16:40

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