ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 05, 2005
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The major questions for the people of the Gulf coast hurricane zone introduced; scenes shown of President Bush visiting the region, water being pumped out of New Orleans & the presence of the National Guard.
(New Orleans: Bob Woodruff) The streamlining of the evacuation operation from New Orleans featured; "Times-Picayune" headline "7th Day of Hell" shown; scenes shown of helicopters outside the Convention Center to fly people out, work on the gaps in the levee, St. Bernard Parish, flooded areas & the first morgue outside New Orleans. [Rescue WORKER, WOMAN - comment.] [Police Deputy Chief Warren RILEY- says the city has been destroyed.] [Jefferson Parish resident Van BOWEN, St. Bernard Parish Sheriff Jack STEPHENS, trucker Grant JONES - comment.] [President BUSH - calls this a long-term project.]
(New Orleans: David Muir) The Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans visited; scenes shown of a dog on a roof, the actual levee on the eastern side of the city that was breached & a grounded barge. [Rescuer Darryl JONES, resident Joe EDWARDS - comment on the people & the destruction.] [Mayor Ray NAGIN- denies dynamiting the levee.]
(New Orleans: Bob Woodruff) Map shown of states accepting evacuees from the Gulf coast.
(Baton Rouge: Nancy Weiner) The variation on the foster home being developed to deal with people who left the coast featured; scenes shown of a group of people at one woman's home & of evacuees bound for San Diego in a plane chartered by businessman David Perez. [Evacuee Martha RAINE, foster family host Shandra EARL, Atlanta's Walter TARDIFF - recount what is happening.] [Baton Rouge apartment manager Alex LEWIS - comments.]
(New Orleans: Bob Woodruff) The start of the program headed by former Presidents George Bush & Bill Clinton to help raise money for people affected by the hurricane noted; scenes shown of the two presidents with the people.
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