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Hurricane Fran / The Carolinas #371831

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 05, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The approach of Hurricane Fran to the South Carolina coast line reported; weather map shown.

(Myrtle Beach: Art Rascon) The impact of the storm on Myrtle Beach, SC, featured; scenes shown of the high tides, wind and flooding from the storm surge.

(Wilmington, North Carolina: John Roberts) Preparations in Wilmington, North Carolina, for the hurricane featured; scenes shown.

(Studio: Dan Rather) The official scale categories for hurricanes given.

(Miami: Brian Norcross) Satellite picture of Hurricane Fran shown and predictions given.

(Myrtle Beach, SC: Jane Robelot) Scenes shown from the largest Red Cross shelter in South Carolina, where some residents have gathered.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Times and speeds of Hurricane Fran reviewed; scenes shown of the sea surge.

Norcross, Brian;
Rascon, Art;
Rather, Dan;
Robelot, Jane;
Roberts, John

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