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Hurricane Fran / The Carolinas / Virginia #371848

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 06, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Damage in North Carolina and Virginia from Hurricane Fran shown; weather map displayed.

(Carolina Beach, North Carolina: John Roberts) The devastation along the beach front from the storm presented; aerial and ground scenes shown from Wilmington, Carolina Beach and Cape Fear, North Carolina. [RESIDENTS - describe what happened.]

(Topsail Beach, North Carolina: Art Rascon) More devastation along Topsail Beach, North Carolina, featured; scenes shown. [Officer Ron SHANAHAN - tells of the rescue of two people.]

(Scotts Hill, North Carolina: Harry Smith) More destruction from Hurricane Fran and the cleanup effort shown. [Residents Dooley and Pat JACKSON, Jerry and Donna ROBBINS, retired General Jim LEE, Mark HOFFMAN - comment on the damage.]

Reporter(s):
Rascon, Art;
Rather, Dan;
Roberts, John;
Smith, Harry
Duration:
00:06:30

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