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Hurricane Wilma / Florida, Mexico, Cuba, New England / Tropical Depression Alpha #813225

FNC Evening News for Monday, Oct 24, 2005
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Hurricane Wilma's impact on Florida featured; details given on the size of the storm, wind speeds, death toll, and flooding; scenes shown of storm damage.

(Naples, Florida: Bill Hemmer) Hurricane Wilma's effect on Naples, Florida, reported; details given on the storm damage, power outages, and the town being largely spared; scenes shown from Naples. [Naples resident Jeff MOATS†- says the town was very lucky.]

(West Palm Beach, Florida: Trace Gallagher) Hurricane Wilma's impact on Florida's east coast reviewed; details given on high winds, rain, power and water outages, and a curfew due to looting concerns; scenes shown of storm damage.

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Wide-ranging effects of Hurricane Wilma noted; details given on the damage in Key West, Florida, Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, Havana, Cuba, and preparations in New England for the arrival of what remains of the storm; scenes shown of flooding and storm damage in Key West, Cancun, Mexico, and Havana. Tropical depression Alpha's impact on the Dominican Republic as a Tropical Storm noted.

Reporter(s):
Smith, Shepard;
Hemmer, Bill;
Gallagher, Trace
Duration:
00:06:30

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