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Hurricane Relief Update #868504

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 01, 1992
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) President George Bush visits hurricane ravaged areas and promises more aid.

(Homestead, Florida: Brian Cabell) Bush speaks with local officials and hurricane victims about providing low interest loans, disaster unemployment assistance and grants to those affected by hurricane.

(Studio: Natalie Allen) Secretary of Transportation Andrew Card says that relief efforts are going better in Louisiana than they are in Florida.

Insurance claims adjustment process going as quickly as it can.

[Excerpt speech: President George BUSH, Interview: Andrew CARD, Secretary of Transportation, Wayne HEDIEN, Chairman and CEO, Allstate Insurance Co.]

Reporter(s):
Brian Cabell
Duration:
00:05:00

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