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Hurricane Rita / Florida #803636

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 20, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The latest developments with & in response to Hurricane Rita reviewed; weather map shown.

(Key West: John Zarrella) The coming storm in Florida featured; scenes shown of flood waters, people boarding up, leaving & rainy Key West & Highway 1. [Governor Jeb BUSH - warns it is too late to leave the keys.] [Local REPORTER, Key West police OFFICIAL - react to the latest hurricane.] The planned return of local residents starting tomorrow noted.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Rita's movement into the Gulf of Mexico noted.

(Studio: Chad Myers) The probabilities for Rita as it moves into the Gulf reviewed; weather maps & course projections shown.

Brown, Aaron;
Zarrella, John;
Myers, Chad

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