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Hurricane Elena #98506

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 02, 1985
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(Studio) Space shuttle Discovery photos of Hurricane Elena in gulf shown.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Biloxi, Mississippi) Storm's impact on Mississippi coastal regions examined; scenes shown. [Ken DOGGETT - hadn't expected such winds.] Towns most heavily hit listed; damage from tornadoes spawned by hurricane examined. [Betty KEEL - reacts to loss.] [Mary Ann WRIGHT - describes weathering storm in home.] Success of evacuation plans and meteorological factors contributing to lack of deaths explained.
REPORTER: Mark Potter

(Studio) Hurricane Elena's erratic behavior in recent days reviewed.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Apalachicola, Florida) Storm's impact on Florida coast examined; scenes shown. [Raphoebe MATHIS, Linda HAGLER, Mike MARTIN - comment on experience.] [Hotel owner John GHEESLING - notes economy loss from hurricane.] [Fisherman Lee ROSELLUS - explains importance of boat to him.]
REPORTER: Mike Von Fremd

von Fremd, Mike;
Jennings, Peter;
Potter, Mark

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