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Hurricane Fran / East Coast #410542

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Sep 07, 1996
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(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) The impact of Hurricane Fran reported; scenes shown from Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, and flooded Meyersdale, Pennsylvania; statistics on power outages along the East coast cited. Weather map shown of brewing Hurricane Hortense.

(Holden Beach, North Carolina: Charles Zewe) The aftermath of the storm featured; scenes shown from Holden Beach, North Carolina, which has been chewed away by the pounding surf. [Statesville, North Carolina, resident Roger SPRINKLE, contractor Jeff HEWETT, Holden Beach city manager Sean ANDERSON, Greensboro, North Carolina, Debbie DEARE, Wake Forest, North Carolina, Gary WEATHERWAX - comment on the losses caused by the hurricane.]

(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.

(Danville, Virginia: Paul Caron) The damages inland featured; aerial scenes shown of the flood waters in Danville, Virginia, and of the interior of a water- damaged church. [Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) director James Lee WITT - describes the water damages inside the homes.]

(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ted Textor) The course of Hurricane Hortense in the Puerto Rico area updated; weather map and storm coordinates shown.

Caron, Paul;
Meserve, Jeanne;
Savidge, Martin;
Textor, Ted;
Zewe, Charles

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