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Hurricane Michael / Florida / Cajun Navy #1130924

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 10, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Southport: Miguel Marquez) The damages from Hurricane Michael in Southport, Florida, why many people stayed in the area discussed; scenes shown of the area with no lights, a few cars driving through a foot of water.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A drone view of the damages from Hurricane Michael in Panama City Beach, Florida, in a school gym re-shown. Live discussion held with Cajun Navy volunteers Jason Gunderson† & another guy. [GUNDERSON, Soctt PICHARD - offer views on the "creepy situation" in Lynn Haven, working through the Facebook page United Cajun Navy.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquez, Miguel

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