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Hurricane Katrina / Mississippi #805279

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

(Gulfport: Rick Leventhal) The impact of Hurricane Katrina on Gulfport, Mississippi, featured; scenes shown of severe damages to a hotel, Marines landing on the Mississippi coast via a hovercraft; death toll cited.

(Studio: Page Hopkins) The sights & sounds of boats searching for survivors in Gulf Coast flood zones featured; scenes shown from areas ravaged by the storm. [2 emergency officials MEN – plead with a woman to leave her home.]

(Kenner: Anita Vogel) The use of an airport in Kenner, Louisiana, as a makeshift field hospital featured; scenes shown from inside Louie Armstrong International Airport, where New Orleans evacuee Jessica Bingham† awaits word from the father of her child. [BINGHAM- comments.]

(Studio: Page Hopkins) A bill proposed by Representative John Dingell calling for the removal of FEMA from the Department of Homeland Security noted.

Hopkins, Page;
Leventhal, Rick;
Vogel, Anita

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