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Bermuda / Eric Scott / WNBC / Gonzalo #1288971

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 17, 2014
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Another big story tonight. Bermuda is in the crosshairs of Hurricane Gonzalo. It is a powerful Category three from space. It almost looks beautiful, but on the ground, it's going to be an ugly picture. Eric Fisher Orr, chief meteorologist at our CBS Boston station. WNBC, is following this for US. Eric Scott The worst of Hurricane Gonzalo is impacting Bermuda right now, the northern eyewall moving across the island. A Category three storm sustained winds at one hundred fifteen miles per hour, but...
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