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Hurricane Katrina / Gulf Coast, New Orleans #802100

FNC Evening News for Friday, Sep 02, 2005
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(New Orleans: Shepard Smith) The efforts of National Guard soldiers to restore order in New Orleans featured; scenes shown of military vehicles arriving with meals ready to eat

(MREs), soldiers treating injured survivors & patrolling streets. [National Guard Lt. Bret TOLAR†, MAN – describe the conditions across the city & in the Superdome.] The political fallout from New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin‘s demand that people staying at Hyatt hotel be evacuated before those who had been waiting at the Superdome for days and a list of planned celebrity fundraisers to benefit Katrina victims reported.

Smith, Shepard

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