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(Studio: Carol Lin) The state of emergency in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina reviewed. President Bush’s trip to New Orleans noted.
(New Orleans: Karl Penhaul) Efforts to reach people still stranded in their homes in flooded New Orleans featured; scenes shown of a Department of Homeland Security recovery team boating through the streets, spray painting searched homes with “X.” [Federal Protective Service Col. Juan CASTILLO- comments on the emotional aspect of his job; notes the death rate is less than expected.]
(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.
(New Orleans: Dana Bash) Bush’s trip to New Orleans amid criticism of the slow response to the disaster featured; scenes shown of Mayor Ray Nagin and Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco’s husband greeting Bush, a visit with New York City firefighters helping with recovery in New Orleans on the 4th anniversary of 9/11, meeting with other firefighters and their rescued Dalmatian mascot, Louie.
(Studio: Carol Lin) Blanco shown meeting evacuees in the Houston Astrodome. Upcoming story previewed.
- Lin, Carol;
- Penhaul, Karl;
- Bash, Dana
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