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Hurricane Florence / Carolina Coast #1130151

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 15, 2018
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(On the Cape Fear River: Kate Snow) The flooding from Tropical Storm Florence introduced; scenes shown of the flooding in North Carolina & South Carolina, downed trees. [Governor Roy COOPER†- warns the people.]

(Bew Bern, North Carolina: Garrett Hastings) The flooding from the river in New Bern featured; drone footage of boats thrown on shore shown.

(On the Cape Fear River: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Jacksonville, North Carolina: Joe Fryer) The flooding in Jacksonville that called for rescues to get people to higher ground featured; scenes shown. [WOMAN - comments.]

(On the Cape Fear River: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Jacksonville, North Carolina: Hans Nichols) The emergency rescue center in Jacksonville featured; scenes shown of the Marines & Coast Guard on the rescue job. [MARINE - comments.]

(On the Cape Fear River: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Wilmington: Miguel Almaguer) The impact of the storm on Wilmington featured; scenes shown of damaged buildings, downed trees & power lines.

(On the Cape Fear River: Kate Snow, Dave Price) The big, slow-moving storm & the forecast discussed; weather maps shown.

Snow, Kate;
Hastings, Garrett;
Fryer, Joe;
Nichols, Hans;
Almaguer, Miguel;
Dave, Kate Snow,

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