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Hurricane Florence / Carolina Coast #1130111

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 14, 2018
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(Wilmington, North Carolina: David Muir) The landfall for Hurricane Florence in North Carolina introduced; scenes of damages, weather maps, flooding in New Bern shown.

(New Bern: Gio Benitez) The impact of the storm on New Bern, North Carolina, featured; scenes shown of search & rescue teams helping trapped residents, downed trees, flooded streets. [Showing video, homeower Jay SCHREIBER; aldermen board's Sabrina BENGAL†, FDNY Batt. Chief Bill REDDAN†- describe what happened.]

(Wilmington, North Carolina: David Muir) The rescue efforts in Wilmington where a tree killed a mother & infant featured; scenes shown of wind, rain, Muir in the storm, a collapsing gas station structure, storm surge, the darkness, damaged buildings. [Fire Chief Buddy MARTINETTE†- comments on the rescue.] [In interview, voice of North Carolina Governor Roy COOPER - says the main worry is flooding; tells people to stay away.]

(Wilmington, North Carolina: David Muir; Wilmington: Ginger Zee) The rain & flooding discussed; weather & forecast track maps shown.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: Tom Llamas) The impact of the storm on the Carolina coast featured; scenes shown from Myrtle Beach.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Benitez, Gio;
Zee, Ginger;
Llamas, Tom
Duration:
00:10:00

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