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(Studio: Dan Rather) Maps shown of the location & projected path of Hurricane Ivan in Gulf of Mexico.
(New Orleans: Bob McNamara) The threat to the Gulf coast featured; scenes shown of crowded evacuation routes & people preparing for the storm; details given of the particular vulnerability of New Orleans; animation shown. [Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, president Aaron BROUSSARD- says we’re gonna get hit.] [3 New Orleans RESIDENTS – comment.] [Hurricane researcher Ivor VAN HEERDEN- comments on the threat to New Orleans.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Cities in the revised strike zone listed.
(Orange Beach, Alabama: Lee Cowan) The danger for many areas of the Gulf coast where beachfront development has increased featured; scenes shown of damage from Hurricane Frederic in 1979. [Contractor James GILLILAND- comments on the appeal of the area.] [Vacationers Mary WILLIAMS, Nick SCHOGGIN- comment.] [Orange Beach, Alabama, Mayor Steve RUSSO- notes the constricted evacuation route.]
- Rather, Dan;
- McNamara, Bob;
- Cowan, Lee
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