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America's Challenge / Mississippi #904544

FNC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 30, 2006
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(Pass Christian, Mississippi: Shepard Smith) The Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts in Mississippi reviewed; details given on the completion of debris clean up in Pass Christian, plans to rebuild the bridge on Highway 90 in Bay St. Louis, and the financial donations to help 5 colleges; scenes shown of the cleared streets.

(Pass Christian, Mississippi: Erik Liljegren) The rebuilding of destroyed Mississippi hospitals featured; details given on the hospitals’ losses; home video shown from inside the Hancock County Medical Center during Katrina. [Nurse Dianne MARTIN†- describes what happened.] [Department of Health Dr. Mills McNEILL†- comments on the function of public health in the recovery process.] [Hancock Medical Center’s Hal LEFTWICH†- describes the doctors’ and nurses’ help in rebuilding the hospital.]

Reporter(s):
Smith, Shepard;
Liljegren, Erik
Duration:
00:04:20

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