Hurricane Sandy: East Coast Braces for Superstorm

Matt Gutman reports from inside the storm zone.
3:00 | 10/29/12

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Transcript for Hurricane Sandy: East Coast Braces for Superstorm
So much of the east coast is bracing for the aftermath of sandy. Let's go to matt gutman in nags head, north carolina. I know you've had a first hand Good morning, amy. To give you a sense of what's in store for the rest of the northeast, we've been battered here with tropical storm conditions for 36 continuous hours. This rain, the wind, the wave, six inches of rain in the past 24 hours alone now. These waves have cut off entire coastal communities. Flooded roads and get this, 150 miles due east of where we are. The "h.S.S. Bounty," that replica ship is out at sea. They've issued an s.O.S. Order asking for help. What they're telling the coast guard, they're taking on water. The coast guard is trying to how best to reach them but it might not even be today.

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