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Hurricane Ike / Caribbean, Florida #903978

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 08, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The route of Hurricane Ike in the Caribbean shown.

(Key West: Jeffrey Kofman) The impact of Ike on Cuba, Haiti, the Turks & Caicos Islands & the Florida keys featured; scenes shown of flood waters; details given about the shutdown of oil rigs. [Voice of U.N. representative in Cuba Susan McDADE@- comments on the storm surges & the impacts on housing.] [Voice of Red Cross' Colin CHAPERON@- comments on the situation in Haiti.] [MAN, Monroe County, Florida, Mayor Mario Di GENNARO@- comment.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson, Sam Champion) The course of Ike into the Gulf of Mexico discussed; satellite images of the storm track for the coming days shown.

Gibson, Charles;
Kofman, Jeffrey;
Sam, Charles Gibson,

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