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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Map shown of the route of subtropical storm Andrea.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The fires in Florida and Los Angeles and flooding in the Midwest featured; scenes shown of flames and flood waters. [Florida Governor Charlie CRIST - hopes Andrea comes.] [MISSOURIAN - comments on the waters.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live phone interview held with Los Angeles firefighter Will Heritier about the fire; scenes shown of the flames around the bridge in Griffith Park. [Voice of HERITIER - describes what happened when the flames approached the bridge; comments on the difficulty of communicating during the fire conditions.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Raw data from the US Fire Administration about the wildfires of 2005 outlined on screen.
- Cooper, Anderson
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