Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Day Three On the Ground in Joplin

Anderson was broadcasting live from Joplin again tonight and began with news of the growing frustration people are experiencing from the difficulty of trying to find answers on the condition of their family members as well as breaking news on more severe weather including a new tornado that hit Bedford, Indiana.

DEATH TOLL RISES TO 125 IN JOPLIN An estimated 1,500 people still unaccounted for: Discussion with John King and Gary Tuchman

THE SEARCH FOR WILL NORTON: Report by Anderson Cooper


TORNADO VICTIMS FRUSTRATED Victims facing bureaucracy, can't go home: Interview with Mike Hare

DEATH TOLL RISES TO 125 IN JOPLIN Police detective: "we're going to get through this.": Interview with Gov. Jay Nixon

DEATH TOLL RISES TO 125 IN JOPLIN Resident: "It just looks like a war zone": Report by Anderson Cooper


NEW TORNADO WARNINGS AND WATCHES Sever weather from Ohio to Texas: Report by Chad Myers

TORNADO VICTIMS FRUSTRATED: Interview with Robert and Caleb Hayward with their sister who are searching for their mom

SEARCHING FOR TORNADO VICTIMS Official: No rescues conducted today: Report by Ed Lavandera


360 BULLETIN: Joe Johns

There is one extra for tonight. Here's a picture from the 360 Facebook page of AC on 5/24 before the show:

AC360 Transcript

AC360 Podcast

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ACAnderFan said...

I thought it was very nice of Anderson at the end of the program to ask people if they feel inclined to do so to pray for those affected by the tornadoes. That was sweet.

Chris said...

@ACAnderfan: You took the words out of my mouth. It was very endearing and sweet of him to ask people to pray for those affected by the tornadoes. I also liked that they are allowing family members air time to try and find their missing family members. I think that's what news programs and anchors should do - help where they can. I always used to be annoyed when newsmen went to a disaster site to talk about it but didn't do anything to help. To me it just looked like they were using the disaster for their own good, for ratings. Bless Anderson and the rest of CNN for helping. I will definitely keep these people in my thoughts and prayers. I am deathly afraid of thunderstorms, let alone tornadoes. My heart goes out to them.

judy said...

Terrible the frustration of those trying to locate their families and not being able to do so because of red tape and misinformation with indentification.
If Will Norton was "sucked" out of the hood of his vehicle, as one relative described, it is hard to imagine a positive result.
So glad Ed Lavendera's report was a happy one, reuniting the lost dog with its family.
USA Today had a nice spread in the Life section of Anderson and his fall talk show.
Oprah was less enthusiastic, however about her "replacements" and is quoted as saying," Let Anderson and Katie have a go at it."

Anonymous said...

Is it so hard to set up a central information center to organize locating people, letting safe people call in to let others know, a clearing house of who's where and info on who's in the morgue and physical/gender info on who's not identified yet. This sounds like a lot but it can be done.

As bad as it looks for Will Norton, I'm still hoping for a miracle.

So glad there was a happy report in 360, even if it's just a dog he's still a member of a family.

@Judy - in Minnesota it's unusual to have tornadoes so early in the summer. Really does make you wonder about global warming/climate change


Anonymous said...

Just saw on twitter that Anderson was leaving Joplin. A girl said she was going to set by him on a flight back to N.Y

Anonymous said...

Does anyone else find it odd Anderson left Joplin today? Seems he was in the middle of a couple stories. People are saying he left for the parade on Saturday, but that makes no since, because he could have just flown there from Joplin.