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Hurricane Sandy: 400,000 told to evacuate
Oct. 28: Parts of Manhattan are expecting storm surges of six to 12 feet, prompting many to pack up and move to safer parts of the city. Others, however, have decided to stay put – potentially hazardous for emergency workers, said New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. NBC’s Michelle Franzen reports.
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Nightly News:   Hurricane Sandy: 400,000 told to evacuate
Season 2012 : Episode 1028
Oct. 28: Parts of Manhattan are expecting storm surges of six to 12 feet, prompting many to pack up and move to safer parts of the city. Others, however, have decided to stay put – potentially hazardous for emergency workers, said New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. NBC’s Michelle Franzen reports.
Aired: 12-10-28
Views: 12580

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