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Hurricane Florence / Carolina Coast #1130101

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 13, 2018
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(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The rain & storm surge from Hurricane Florence introduced.

(Jacksonville, North Carolina: Ed Lavandera) The initial impact of the hurricane on the coast with winds pushing the water out of the cities before the storm surge reviewed; scenes shown of the storm of a tattered flag flying.

(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 with the marshes overwhelmed; details given about an assisted living facility nearby & the nuclear power plant.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The role of the hurricane hunter planes in gathering data outlined. [Earlier, voice of NOAA hurricane hunters flight dir. Jack PARRISH - talks about the role of the hurricane hunters, the strong winds with this storm, how data is gathered & used to develop computer models about Florence.]

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The readiness for storm response introduced; scenes shown of the rain in Hampstead. [Carolina Beach, North Carolina, town manager Michael CRAMER†- says the concern is the storm surge & rain & what it means for the elevated structures.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Lavandera, Ed;
Todd, Brian

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