CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 26, 1985
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(Studio) Hurricane Gloria's current location off northe. coast and strength discussed; weather map shown.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Atlantic Beach, North Carolina) North Carolina's preparations for storm's arrival featured; scenes shown. Hurricane Diana's destruction in area last year recalled. [Police Chief Wade PELLITIER - notes impact of mandatory release statement those remaining on beach must sign.]
REPORTER: Bruce Hall
(Nags Head, North Carolina) North Carolina's barrier island's anticipation of storm examined; scenes shown. [Oliver O'NEILL, PEOPLE - explain remaining or leaving.] (Temporary loss of audio.)
REPORTER: Jim McManus
(Studio) Technical difficulties acknowledged. National Hurricane Center's analysis of situation mentioned. [Center director Dr. Neil FRANK - discusses Gloria's possible course, its potential strength.]
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(DC) Northe. officials' concern over possible public apathy examined; scenes shown. [Federal Emergency Mgt. Agency spokesperson Dr. Samuel SPECK - notes no. of people in target area.] Specific precautions of various locales described; Hurricane Agnes in 1972 recalled. [SPECK - cites area's apathy and ignorance about hurricane dangers.] [New York City Mayor Ed KOCH - feels sufficiently prepared.]
REPORTER: Lem Tucker
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