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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.
(Atlantic Beach, North Carolina: Byron Pitts) Hurricane warnings along the North Carolina coast due to Hurricane Dennis reported; scenes shown from Atlantic Beach, North Carolina, of flooded streets and heavy rain. [Resident Ed VOLK - says his truck and boat were damaged.] [Atlantic Beach Mayor Joe STROUD - says the storm brushed his town.] [PERSON - talks about beach erosion.]
(Studio: John Roberts) Interview held with meteorologist Bryan Norcross. [NORCROSS - talks about the possible path of the storm.]
(Wilmington, North Carolina: Jim Axelrod) The departure of tourists from North Carolina and the problems for store owners in tourist areas examined. [Business owner Eva CROSS - tells how much Hurricane Dennis cost her.] [New Hanover County, North Carolina, spokesman Mark BOYER - talks about spending money during storms.] [Convention and Visitors Bureau Judith GRIZZEL - says people are happy things weren't worse.]
- Axelrod, Jim;
- Pitts, Byron;
- Roberts, John
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