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Northeast / Power Blackout / Cleveland, Ohio / Kelly Interview #735531

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 15, 2003
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(Times Square: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Cleveland: John Zarrella) The impact of the blackout on Cleveland, Ohio, with water being the greatest concern, featured; scenes shown. [Lakewood resident Bethany MANI†, car wash owner Dave McGLYNN†, hotel general manager Todd MIDDLETON†- comment on adjusting.]

(Times Square: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with New York City police commissioner Raymond Kelly about the power situation in the city. [With anchor, KELLY - describes the situation tonight, what happened yesterday, the city's reaction since September 11, the response of the police department.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Zarrella, John

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