How South Carolina's coast is coping with Hurricane Dorian
Clip: 09/05/2019 | 4m 16s
The port city of Charleston is prone to flooding even in normal rain events, so local officials and residents prepared for the worst when awaiting Hurricane Dorian. In the end, the city saw less flooding and storm surge than they had feared, although the winds were actually stronger than anticipated. Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg joins Judy Woodruff to discuss preparation and cleanup.
Aired: 09/05/19Video has closed captioning.
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