Listen: Florence, Myrtle Beach and Red Cross discussed on 24 Hour News
"Not wedding up along the boardwalk at Myrtle Beach restaurants, brought it with tourists shutdown. Victor Shama owes the Bowery a popular barring nightclub and says a storm is crippling for business. Most of the employee's have to leave town. They got family or they're going gonna go inland. And now right now what it is for. Us. It's hard for them to get back into town. He says being shut down as expensive poets costly everyday. Closest in the thousands of dollars every day to be close about re and other businesses hope to be back open by Monday Clayton, Neville, Myrtle Beach. Florence is moving to the west at three miles an hour up to forty inches of rain are possible along parts of the North Carolina coast inland. Areas could see five to ten inches of rain. I'm Anne Cates. As continues making its way through the Carolinas. Kevin Zander Kramer, caught up with the leader of the local Red Cross who's down south right now helping out Triano CEO of Red Cross eastern Pennsylvania region arrived in Columbia, South Carolina, Wednesday just days before Florence made landfall real worry is the flooding that will take place in the power outage. Because of what he describes as dreary, windy, rainy conditions right now. But he says that doesn't seem to be impacting the moods of thousands of people currently in shelters in good spirits down here. Everybody stay while. Triano feels good about the supplies. They have at the moment. Every single shelter. I'm comfortable in saying."