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Hurricane Florence / The Carolinas #1130123

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 16, 2018
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(Supply, North Carolina: Tom Llamas) The historic flooding in the Carolinas introduced; flood waters, rescues, weather maps, damages, downed trees, flooded roads & highways, power crews at work, a car underwater, evacuating people shown. [North Carolina governor Roy COOPER†- says the storm is dangerous now.] [Evacuee James PEARSON - says we are stuck & his house is wrecked.]

(Jacksonville: Victor Oquendo) Flooded Jacksonville, North Carolina, featured; scenes shown of the flooded streets, rescue teams, people in line for food & gas. [Fayetteville Mayor Mitch COLVIN†- warns those staying behind.] [Onslow County swift water rescue Zachary HIERL†, MAN - talk about the rescue operation.] [Lost everything, Jim CORZINE - comments.]

(Supply, North Carolina: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Raleigh, North Carolina: Eva Pilgrim) Aerial views of the flooded areas as it keeps raining featured; Customs & Border Protection rescues, houses surrounded by water, cars in flooded parking lots shown. [In plane, Air/Marine agent OSCAR  - comments.]

(Supply, North Carolina: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Supply, North Carolina: Rob Marciano) The storm track for now-tropical depression Florence presented; weather maps shown.

Llamas, Tom;
Oquendo, Victor;
Pilgrim, Eva;
Marciano, Rob

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