Hurricane Sally, CBS, CDC discussed on Chad Benson

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This traffic flooding along the Gulf Coast. I think, Take months to clean this up. President Trump goes against what his own CDC director is saying. I think you misunderstood the question. The big 10 reverses course deciding to play. This is awesome, and I'm really excited. This is the CBS World News Round up late edition on that Piper in New York, life threatening flooding and a lot of wind and rain. Hurricane Sally's led an area from west of Tallahassee, Florida to Mobile Bay, Alabama Street had all of the water coming up to the right hole covers and all that. So that alarming, though it has weekends to a tropical storm now creeps north Northeast. CBS's Skylar Henry from Fair Hope, Alabama. Moving ever so slowly. The storm battered down down mobile for hours, causing trees to topple. Some residents used a break in Sally's winds to start clearing debris along Just for a few hours. Hundreds of thousands without power. Pieces of the new three mile bridge in Pensacola, Florida have washed away after a barge mounted a construction crane hit it. W R K G TVs Daniel Smithson is there. A storm surge has washed up on underneath the bridge around the corner. There's a there's a whole ton of debris is actually kind of walking this storm surge from going up further. When might a Corona virus vaccine be available? Mixed messages coming from Washington as our Stephen Portnoy report, CDC director Robert Redfield told a Senate panel. A vaccine could be ready.

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