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Hurricane Katrina / Mississippi, Louisiana / Greensburg #804314

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 29, 2005
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(Bay St. Louis: Anderson Cooper) How things look in Mississippi a month after Hurricane Katrina featured; scenes shown from Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, of the debris at one person's home.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Greensburg, Louisiana: Ted Rowlands) The division in the small town of Greensburg, Louisiana, over a rumored FEMA plan to bring in trailers to house hurricane victims from New Orleans featured; scenes shown from the town; details given about the racial statements. [At the market, two RESIDENTS, New Hope Ministry pastor James ODEN†, St. Helena emergency preparedness director Brad GRAVES†- offer views on helping the evacuees.] [EVACUEE - expresses frustration about not being wanted.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Brown, Aaron;
Rowlands, Ted

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