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Hurricane Belle / Aftereffects #247358

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 10, 1976
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(Studio) Storm resulting from Hurricane Belle hits south New England and causes flooding, but damage over area much less than expected.
REPORTER: Charles Collingwood

(Mastic Beach, Long Island) Main force of storm hit Mastic Beach, Long Island, not NYC. Electric power out before midnight and still out in most areas. [MAN - says it's worst he has seen in 14 years] Most people in area left. [WOMAN - says they would like to have stayed. Reports no damage to house ] Residents must now clean up, but no injuries.
REPORTER: Gary Shepard

Reporter(s):
Collingwood, Charles;
Shepard, Gary
Duration:
00:02:20

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