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Hurricane Michael / Florida #1131034

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 11, 2018
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(Panama City: David Muir) The devastation from Hurricane Michael in Florida introduced; scenes shown from over Mexico Beach with most homes gone & from Panama City.

(Mexico Beach: Ginger Zee) A look on ground level of what is left of Mexico Beach after the storm featured; scenes shown of debris in the street. the storm last night as the blue house rolled down the street. [WOMAN - recounts swimming out of their house.] [From Atlanta, blue house owner Jenny CAPUTO - says we will come back & rebuild.]

(Panama City: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The humanity of the storm with communications difficult discussed.

(Panama City: David Muir) The drone view of destruction in Panama City shown.

(Panama City: David Muir) The catastrophic damage from Hurricane Michael reviewed; scenes shown from Apalachicola, St. Joe Beach, Panama City, debris in the streets, inside Bay Medical Center. medevac helicopters flying out patients, a rescue team going door-to-door. [ER dept. medical dir. Dr. Doug SCOTT†- describes what happened when the hurricane hit the hospital's ER.] [Cardiologist Samir PATEL†- talks about the patients.] [Louisiana state fire marshal Butch BROWNING†- comments.]

(Panama City: David Muir) The power outages in the storm zone reviewed; utility trucks shown.

(Panama City: Rob Marciano) The movement of Michael up the East coast reviewed; weather maps shown.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Zee, Ginger;
Ginger, David Muir,;
Marciano, Rob
Duration:
00:12:20

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