Alabama, Hurricane Sally, President Trump discussed on AP 24 Hour News

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Is lower than pediatric flu deaths in a normal year. I'm Jackie Quinn. Thiss is AP News I'm Rita full dangerous Hurricane Sally's expected a slam into the northern Gulf Coast this morning. Landfall could be between Alabama's Mobile Bay and the Florida Panhandle. Sally's blowing 105 mile per hour winds, making it a Category two storm. Nothing to mess with, warns Alabama Governor K. Ivy. We're looking at record flooding. Perhaps breaking historic levels and with a rising water comes a greater risk for loss of property and life rains, falling sideways winds or pummeling the storm zone and power's out for more than 150,000 homes and businesses. But Orange Beach, Alabama resident Vera Evans likes the challenging whether at the beach I love dangerously dirty air from the West Coast, wildfires is seeping into homes and businesses. Those living in California, Oregon and Washington state or breathing some of the most unhealthy air on the planet. Dijon Wagner lives in Seattle that you can't see nothing. I could barely see that. Boat over there. Another rain was going to clear it up. President Trump is denying he played down the threat of the Corona virus earlier this year, although there's an audio recording of him, saying he did that. And in a town hall, anchored by George.

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