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Hurricane Bertha #370377

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 10, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Weather map shown of the route of Hurricane Bertha, which now threatens the United States coast.

(Nassau: Diana Gonzalez) The damage to the Caribbean island of Nassau featured; scenes shown of the rough seas, downed trees and utility poles.

(Savannah, Georgia: Art Rascon) The mandatory evacuation of residents and tourists from the costal islands along the Georgia coast outlined; scenes shown of people leaving the area.

(Cocoa, Florida: Scott Pelley) The evacuation of the eastern coast of Florida due to Hurricane Bertha reported; details given of the death of a swimmer in the high seas; scenes shown of residents preparing for the storm.

(Studio: Dan Rather) A forecast update from meteorologist Brian Norcross presented. [NORCROSS - predicts the most likely path for Bertha.]

Reporter(s):
Gonzalez, Diana;
Pelley, Scott;
Rascon, Art;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:05:20

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