North Carolina, Dorian, Dorian Tabaco Island discussed on AP 24 Hour News

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Total devastation some of the words used to describe the damage caused by hurricane Dorian Tabaco island in the Bahamas prime minister Hubert Minnis says the death toll is roads into seven it will likely increase he says search teams are fanned out across both Abaco and grand Bahama RG. at this time. a surge. S. Q. and recovery the red cross says Dorian which arrived earlier this week with one hundred eighty five mile per hour sustained winds as heavily damaged or destroyed nearly half the homes on both islands Leah had Rigby with the Bahamian project flew over Abaco today looks like ninety percent of homes are gone I may have counted fifty Bruce and maybe flooding is extensive rescuers are using jet skis and boats to reach neighbors and entire towns cut off by the high water center of the storm now with one hundred ten mile per hour sustained winds is about a hundred miles off the coast from Cape Canaveral moving north it's bringing tropical storm force winds heavy rain and storm surge to the Florida coast and we'll make it turn overnight bringing the bulk of the storm closer to north Florida and Georgia beaches by tomorrow evacuations have been ordered parts of Florida coastal Georgia South Carolina and North Carolina forecasters Dorian could come ashore along the coast of both Carolina's Thursday into Friday my experience north Carolina's director of emergency management rain storm surge and winds.

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