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Hurricane Bonnie #383328

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 25, 1998
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.

(Nags Head, North Carolina: Jim Axelrod) Upcoming landfall of Hurricane Bonnie featured; evacuation of coastal areas reported; position of Bonnie given; scenes shown from North Carolina of Hurricane Fran in 1996. [Two TOURISTS and RESIDENTS - talk about evacuating.] [Nags Head, North Carolina, fire department Ray MULLEN - talks about starting evacuation.] [BUSINESSMAN - says tourists are the business in the area.]

(Studio: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.

(Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina: Byron Pitts) Preparation of properties for Hurricane Bonnie reported; scenes shown. [North Carolina RESIDENTS - say people are still rebuilding from Hurricane Fran.] [Resident John DREARY - talks about taping his windows.]

(Studio: Ed Bradley) Report introduced.

(Virginia Beach, Virginia: Diana Olick) Problems with rip currents at the beaches along the East Coast caused by Hurricane Bonnie reported; scenes shown from the beach. [Don ROMMEL - describes an injury in the water.] [EMS specialist Ed BRAZEL - tells why rip currents are so dangerous.]

(Studio: Ed Bradley) Interview held with CBS consultant Brian Norcross. [NORCROSS - shows the route of the storm system and the timetable for landfall.]

(Studio: Ed Bradley) Discovery by scientists of "mini-hurricane" on top of Hurricane Bonnie reported.

Reporter(s):
Axelrod, Jim;
Bradley, Ed;
Olick, Diana;
Pitts, Byron
Duration:
00:06:50

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