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Hurricane Iniki / Military Aid / Damages #869414

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 13, 1992
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(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Military has launched a massive air and sea effort for Island Kauai of Hawaii in the wake of Hurricane Iniki; Most of state has been declared a federal disaster area. [Excerpt of George BUSH.]

(Honolulu Hawaii: Lorie Hirosa) Crews clearing trees and repairing phone lines; Steven Spielberg and Don Johnson waited out storm. [Interviews with Unnamed SURVIVORS; Steven SPIELBERG, Film Director.]

(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Left at least 8,000 of 15,000 island residents homeless; Damages range from 300 million dollars to a billion dollars.

Reporter(s):
Hirosa, Lorie
Duration:
00:03:50

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