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Inside Story (Hurricane Season) #790111

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 16, 2005
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) The National Hurricane Center’s forecast for the Atlantic hurricane season outlined.

(Pensacola Beach, Florida: Jim Acosta) The different stages of recovery from last year’s hurricanes in Pensacola Beach & Punta Gorda, Florida, reviewed; scenes shown of wrecked buildings in Pensacola Beach, a planning meeting in Punta Gorda and a FEMA trailer park. [Pensacola Beach resident Wendy BRANDON‡, hotel manager Marta RAY†, displaced resident Peg CRENSHAW†- comment on their plight.] [Santa Rosa Island Authority Monte BLEWS†- comments on the sluggish reaction from insurance companies.] [Team Punta Gorda Larry LANCIT†- comments on the grass roots movement.]

Schieffer, Bob;
Acosta, Jim

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