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Hurricane Rita, Katrina / Bush / Mississippi / Delahousey Interview #804163

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 27, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) President Bush's seventh visit to the hurricane-stricken Gulf coast reported; scenes shown of the president's helicopter & of Bush in Beaumont, Texas.

(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Harrison County ambulance service vice president Steve Delahousey about help in the region; background scenes shown of damages from Hurricane Katrina. [From Gulfport, DELAHOUSEY - comments on how the resources have dried up in Harrison County, south Mississippi, including the lack of medevac helicopters, which are needed for transporting patients from rural areas; comments on the relationship with FEMA.]

Brown, Aaron;
Cooper, Anderson

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