Hurricane Laura ‘will cause unsurvivable storm surge’

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Four Storm Hurricane Laura set to make landfall sometime late this evening or early tomorrow morning near the Texas Louisiana border with torrential rains, winds of 145 miles an hour and unexpected storm surge of some 20 ft, according to the National Weather Service. Governor John Bell, Edwards says people who don't get out of vulnerable areas will be on their own. At that point, even if you have good communication, and you try to call for help, Wei don't typically send out first responders to help. While on emergency. I'm sorry while hurricane is raging, Forecasters say the storm surges unsurvivable and implored coastal residents of Texas and Louisiana to evacuate. A worried that not enough people had fled. By the time winds began to pick up

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