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Hurricane Bill / Maine / Rogue Wave #953049

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 24, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Map of coastal Maine shown.

(Acadia National Park, Maine: Michelle Franzen) The death at Maine’s Acadia National Park of 7-year-old Clio Axelrod††, who was swept up by a rogue wave created by Hurricane Bill, featured; scenes shown of visitors at Thunder Hole in the park and the Coast Guard rescue boat; photo shown of father Peter Axelrod. [At the park today, 2 TOURISTS – comment.] [Coast Guard MEMBER – comments on the roughness of the sea.] [Chief park ranger Stuart WEST†- says all we can do is try to educate the public.]

Williams, Brian;
Franzen, Michelle

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