South Carolina, Florence, Karen Willis discussed on Overnight Talk

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End. Carolina resident Karen Willis psalms Parker reflecting on tropical storm Florence. Following profitable. Storm. Karen? Ker? Reflecting on or. You were close enough to the is that we fail hundred over one hundred mile an hour winds here, and it's still raining. It started Monday night, and it's still raining. The National Hurricane Center expects not to continue even though the storm has weakened Lawrence continued to move very slowly westward over South Carolina. We expect to move farther inland over the next day or two and it's now just barely tropical storm with maximum winds of forty miles per hour. Florence is now blamed up for about a dozen deaths. I'm Peter King in summerville, South Carolina. Evacuation orders for several areas in South Carolina's low country, including Charleston now been rescinded. But further up the coast orders for orient, Georgetown, counties are still in effect. That includes little beach the area south of there. There are several rivers that slow through that area. The concern is that they will overflow and flood the roads in and out halfway around the world, I'm much stronger storm than even Florence is. Now blamed for twenty eight deaths in the Philippines correspondent Ben Tracy throughout the region. Residents woke up to see the devastation roofs from buildings trees pulled from the ground and fallen power lines that. Blackouts in some areas. Tens of thousands of people were successfully evacuated domesticated five million people remain. Title. How's it heading for.

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