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    Quote Originally Posted by Pamela_Brewer View Post
    Looks like Alligator Point got hit hard!

    http://www.tallahassee.com/story/new...s-up/89783998/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momoffourboys View Post
    This is a first! FEMA, accidentally, announced a mandatory evacuation for all of Suffolk county.

    http://pix11.com/2016/09/03/fema-iss...hermine-looms/
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeeEm View Post
    Huh? That is so wrong in so many ways!
    I dont do bath salts! I just now had to click on the FEMA boo boo again to make sure I was NOT hallucanting, delsuisonal, having my first brush with dementia, mini stroke, something in chicken earlier, carbon monixide from somewhere, computer hacked and or being pranked.

    It is both, with regret and joy that I must say , I have reread the story and it happened.

    I sure as heck hope that no nursing homes /hospitals started anything.

    If something akin to that happened in private sector that person would have been called in to clear theri desk out - not in govt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CARIIS View Post
    I dont do bath salts! I just now had to click on the FEMA boo boo again to make sure I was NOT hallucanting, delsuisonal, having my first brush with dementia, mini stroke, something in chicken earlier, carbon monixide from somewhere, computer hacked and or being pranked.

    It is both, with regret and joy that I must say , I have reread the story and it happened.

    I sure as heck hope that no nursing homes /hospitals started anything.

    If something akin to that happened in private sector that person would have been called in to clear theri desk out - not in govt!
    You're mentioning of hospitals reminds me that, early on, during the storm, a level 2 trauma hospital near me had to evacuate all 209 patients after a lightning strike set the generator room on fire.

    http://www.baynews9.com/content/news...fire_knoc.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeeEm View Post
    Huh? That is so wrong in so many ways!
    Yep. People were actually packing and preparing to go....Suffolk County, population approx. 1.6 mil. Where are they all going?

    Not to mention, it is a beautiful sunny morning. Skies are blue.
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    I wasn't expecting anything much here in central NC but Friday was unusually cool, almost like fall. Had the flashlights and generator ready but clouds and a few drops of rain was all we got.

    Hopefully all the places affected are back on their feet quickly.

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    Looks like NY has dodged this one...
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    I have a nephew who still lives in by cape coral Florida.

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