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Hurricane Katrina / State of Emergency / New Orleans #801888

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 01, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The day's developments in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina recapped; scenes shown of the people & the water in New Orleans, the crowd at the Convention Center, looting, National Guard troops, buses out of the Superdome to the Astrodome, people walking through the water & inside the Houston Astrodome, which is now a refugee center. [Many PEOPLE - react to the situation.] [Inside the Convention Center, voice of Raymond COOPER†- says there's bodies in here.] [Voice of Charity Hospital Dr. Matthew BELLEW†- outlines the "rough" situation at the hospital.] [President BUSH - says this is a "temporary disruption."] [Department of Homeland Security Michael CHERTOFF†- says it is hard to get supplies into New Orleans.] [Louisiana Governor Kathleen BLANCO - says we need at least 40,000 troops.] [Louisiana National Guard Lt. Col. Pete SCHNEIDER†- says the evacuation has begun.] The situation at the Astrodome updated with new video from inside.

Brown, Aaron

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