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Hurricane Florence / The Carolinas #1130165

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 16, 2018
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(North Carolina: Kate Snow) The impact of Hurricane Florence on the Carlinas introduced; photos shown.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: Gabe Gutierrez) The flooding from the storm featured; scenes shown of rescues in Rocky Point & Richlands, North Carolina, people in line for food & gas. [Rescued, Nadine HAYNES, North Carolina Governor Roy COOPER, WOMAN, rescuer Zachary HIERL†, WOMAN - comment on the storm.]

(North Carolina: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Camp Lejeune: Hans Nichols) An aerial tour of the flooded area around Jacksonville, North Carolina, presented; scenes shown.

(North Carolina: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Fayetteville, North Carolina: Kerry Sanders) The flooding in Fayetteville from the Cape Fear River featured; scenes shown from the air; details given of evacuations.

(North Carolina: Kate Snow) The efforts of resident Charles Powell to save his neighborhood home by pumping out the flood water wuth a generator updated; scenes shown from inside his flooded house. [POWELL - says we could not handle the water.]

(North Carolina: Kate Snow, Dave Price) The weather forecast for the rainy Carolina region & up the Northeast discussed; weather maps shown.

Snow, Kate;
Gutierrez, Gabe;
Nichols, Hans;
Sanders, Kerry;
Dave, Kate Snow,

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