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Hurricane Katrina / Gulf Coast, New Orleans #805267

FNC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 04, 2005
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(Studio: Page Hopkins) Report introduced.

(New Orleans: David Lee Miller) Ongoing house-to-house rescues in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina featured; scenes shown of boat & helicopter rescues. [Secretary of Homeland Security Michael CHERTOFF†- warns of the ugly situation as floodwaters will soon recede.] [Emergency WORKER – pleads with a woman to evacuate her home.]

(Studio: Page Hopkins) The closing of an emergency shelter in Biloxi, Mississippi, due to an illness that affected numerous evacuees noted.

(Bayou La Batre: Jonathan Serrie) The visit of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to Alabama, where she toured the devastation caused by the storm, featured; scenes shown. [RICE – responds to allegations that the government’s slow response to the disaster was racially motivated.]

Hopkins, Page;
Miller, David Lee;
Serrie, Jonathan

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