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Florida: Rain / South Carolina: Hurricane Hugo #332919

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 25, 1990
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(Studio: Lesley Stahl) Expected rain in South Florida from tropical depression mentioned. Report introduced.

(Isle of Palms, SC: Richard Schlesinger) Taxpayer unrest surrounding federal flood insurance subsidies financing redevelopment of South Carolina housing that is gambling against another Hurricane Hugo detailed; scenes shown of destruction, rebuilding and Civil War artifacts uncovered during storm. [Geologist Gered LENNON - comments on artifacts.] [Resident Patty COFFEY - talks about rebuilding.] [Geologist Orrin PILKEY - comments on foolish rebuilding.] [Homeowner Cindy KORNAHRENS - says we never considered not rebuilding.] [Homeowner Barry McLELLAN - comments on likelihood of another storm.]

Schlesinger, Richard;
Stahl, Lesley

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