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Hurricane Gloria #306053

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 25, 1985
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(Studio) Hurricane Gloria's strength and location off eastern coast reported; scenes shown. [National Hurricane Center director Dr. Neil FRANK - discusses storm's threat to US, possible course.]
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Nags Head, North Carolina) Coastal region's preparations for Gloria's arrival examined; scenes shown. [MAN - comments.] 1938 hurricane's impact on New England and 1960 Hurricane Donna's impact on N Carolina recalled; historical scenes shown. [PEOPLE - comment.] Vulnerability of Nags Head, North Carolina, explained. [Police chief Lonnie DICKENS - considers consequences if hurricane hits Nags Head.]

McManus, Jim;
Rather, Dan

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