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Hurricane Alicia #292277

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 18, 1983
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(Studio) Hurricane Alicia reported currently downgraded to tropical storm following extensive damage along Texas coast; death toll mentioned. Alicia's course along coast today illustrated on weather map.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Surf side Beach, Texas) Storm's impact on Texas examined; films shown. [MAN - feels more fortunate than some.] Wind's destruction in Houston noted, shown. [Police ofr. Ray WOODRUFF - doesn't recall such severe weather before.] [John CANNON, Mickie HEATH - describe experience.] [Thomas SHERMAN - accepts course of life.]
REPORTER: Derrick Blakely

(Galveston, Texas) Hurricane's impact here examined; films shown. Ordeal of one hotel featured, shown. [MAN - is grateful no one was injured.]
REPORTER: Carlos Aguilar

(Studio) Curfew reported declared in Galveston, Texas; President Reagan noted ordering Federal Emergency Mgt. Admin. to provide relief to south Texas.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Aguilar, Carlos;
Blakely, Derrick;
Rather, Dan

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