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Hurricane Katrina / Browning Interview / Basketball Game #805331

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 11, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Telephone interview held with Gonzales, Louisiana, fire chief Butch Browning† about the return of the Spirit of Louisiana fire truck, which was donated by the people of Louisiana to New York City after the September 11 attacks and is being returned in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. [By telephone, voice of BROWNING – reacts to the return of the truck; comments on the brotherhood of firefighters; reviews the situation in New Orleans.]

(Houston: Thelma Gutierrez) The NBA basketball game in Houston to raise money for hurricane victims featured; scenes shown of players, including Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade†, Stephon Marbury††, Sam Cassell & others meeting evacuees, playing with the kids. [Organizer Kenny SMITH†- says we have to show that people care.] [WADE, BRYANT, MARBURY – react to meeting evacuees.]

Lin, Carol;
Gutierrez, Thelma

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