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Mississippi River / Flooding / Tunica, Memphis #993551

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 10, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The flood waters in Tunica, Mississippi, shown. [Tennessee flood victim Danny HAYES†- shows off his pistol he uses against "water varmints."]

(Tunica: John King) The scope of the flood damage in Mississippi reviewed; inset flood video and a flooded neighborhood in Tunica shown; details given about the economic impact of the flooding of the waters from the Mississippi. [In a boat, Tunica County fire department Chief Scott GOFF†- describes the people who live here.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Memphis: David Mattingly) The flooding in Memphis and the situation at the levees in the Mississippi system discussed; flood video shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John;
Mattingly, David

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