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Hurricane Andrew / Florida #868987

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Sep 05, 1992
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(Studio: David French) In Homestead, Florida officials are enforcing tougher standards for rebuilding roofs.

(Homestead, Florida: John Holliman) Southern Florida works to rebuild.

(Studio: Cathy Marshall) Mental health aid workers.

(Perrine, Florida: Brian Jenkins) Mental health professionals travel to Florida to help victims learn to deal with stress in a healthy way.

[Excerpt speech: Reverend Billy GRAHAM, Interview: Governor Lawton CHILES, (D) Florida, Interview: Andrea BOOHER, FEMA, Interview, Lt. Col. Steven RITTER, U.S. Army, Interview: Alfred ROBINSON, hurricane victim, Interview: Patricia CLUNN, psychiatric nurse, Interview: Angie RIVERA, hurricane victim, Interview: Col. Steve HOLSENBECK, U.S. Army Psychiatrist, Interview: Chief Curt IVY, Homestead, Florida Police.]

John Hollimand, Brian Jenkins

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