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The tornado in central Florida reviewed; scenes shown of the damages here in Lady Lake, Florida.
(Lady Lake, Florida: Rob Marciano) The rescue squads in Florida after the tornado featured; scenes shown of the firefighters going through the debris in Lady Lake & moving stuff by hand while looking for survivors & from in front of a house. [Lake County fire & rescue Lt. Charles BLINCO- comments on the expired.]
(Studio: Rick Sanchez: Lady Lake, Florida: Rob Marciano) The miracle of few deaths from the tornado discussed.
(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Tomorrow's arrival of FEMA in Florida previewed. Report introduced.
(Lady Lake: Anderson Cooper) Taped interview held with Governor Charlie Crist about the tornado; inset video shown of the damages in the area [CRIST - talks about the severity of the tornado; expresses confidence about getting support from FEMA; comments on the law enforcement response & lack of warnings because there is no siren system.]
- Marciano, Rob;
- Sanchez, Rick;
- Cooper, Anderson
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