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Hurricanes Katrina, Rita / Gulf Coast / Galveston, Texas #803793

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 22, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The question of lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina as Hurricane Rita nears the Gulf coast examined; details compared of what was done/not done in Louisiana for Katrina & in Texas for Rita. [Texas Governor Rick PERRY - tells the people to leave.] [Earlier, New Orleans Mayor Ray NAGIN - speaks of the storm.] [Galveston city manager Steven Le BLANC†- says the island feels like a ghost town.] [Earlier, FEMA director Michael BROWN - comments on readiness.]

(Galveston: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Galveston: Sean Callebs) The holdouts in Galveston who refuse to evacuate featured; scenes shown from a condo on the coast, the seawall & inside a police patrol car on the road. [Resident Philip KLINGY - explains why he is staying.] [Police officer Angela ROJAS†- predicts it will be a "big one."]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Cooper, Anderson;
Callebs, Sean
Duration:
00:06:20

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