Kcbs, Oakland, Hurricane Florence discussed on KCBS Radio Midday News

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Ten of three of the bay area's news station. KCBS typical late summer weather, sunny and warm mid sixties to mid eighties later. Good morning. I'm Rebecca chorale. Here's what's happening preparations for hurricane Florence and its impact on the Carolina coast stretch all the way to the bay area. KCBS reporter Holly Kwon tells us a specialized rescue team based out of Oakland left for North Carolina early this morning. A team of sixteen from California task force for activated by FEMA to bring six swift water rescue boats to where up to two feet of rains expected Oakland. Fire battalion chief Robert manages the team and says when it's fire season here. It's hurricane season there. You know, when you see the building, and you know, that there's a chance new start getting everything ready if this was complete surprise, it would take longer to get to get rolling and get out the door. They should be able to make it in advance of Florence making landfall. If at all also, but we like to be there before it hits. However, if we don't what we'll do is. We'll find a place of shelter until the storm passes over and then we'll get back on the road and get to where we needed the Oakland team is made up of fire personnel from Oakland. Alameda, Livermore, Santa Rosa and Fremont fire departments as well as Alameda, and contra Costa counties, deployment could last as long as three weeks, depending on the storm's impact in Oakland. Holy kwan. KCBS today is the seventieth anniversary of the terror attacks on September eleventh two thousand and one and there are remembrances happening all across the country. KCBS's mapei-clas joins us from San Jose's fire station. One downtown where a somber bell ringing was broadcast to all fire stations. This is the sound of the large bell at San Jose fire station, number one that rang out at five forty six.

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