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Hurricane Katrina / Gulf Coast #803021

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 12, 2005
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Figures on children displaced by Hurricane Katrina cited.

(Gulfport, Mississippi: Bill Whitaker) The reopening of St. James Elementary in Gulfport, one of 2 schools on the Mississippi coast to reopen after the storm, featured; scenes shown. [Students Raven TILLMAN†, Rachel SMITH††, Conner EVANS†– talk about the hurricane.] [Principal Jennifer BROADUS†- says the kids need to get back into a routine.] [Woolmarket Elementary principal Wanda MORRA†- comments on the destruction at her school.] [9-year-old Anastasia WALROD†- says she’d rather be in school than working at a relief center.]

Schieffer, Bob;
Whitaker, Bill

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