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Hurricane Katrina / New Orleans #806013

FNC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 08, 2005
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(Gulfport: Shepard Smith) A tour through the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina featured; extended video shown from Gulfport, Mississippi, taken from the back of a military helicopter.

(St. Louis Bay: Erik Liljegren) The story of father and son Don & Anthony Haller, who survived the storm by clinging to a tree, featured; [DON & ANTHONY – describe how the made it through.]

(Gulfport: Shepard Smith) A group of doctors from Pittsburgh who are volunteering their time in Pascagoula, Mississippi, noted.

(Baton Rouge: Molly Henneberg) The situation in Baton Rouge, where many New Orleans evacuees have decided to stay permanently, featured; scenes shown from New Orleans of stagnate water surrounding houses & buildings. [Staying in New Orleans, Dennis BOOTH – describes the conditions in his home.]

(Gulfport: Shepard Smith) The request by the US for NATO to play a bigger role in transporting relief aid from Europe noted.

Smith, Shepard;
Liljegren, Erik;
Henneberg, Molly

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