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Wire hurricane Dorian is closing in on the Carolina coast top sustained winds now one hundred ten miles per hour effects are already being felt in Georgia south and North Carolina South Carolina governor Henry McMaster if you are still in an evacuation zone you still have time to get out good time to get out is running now Charleston could see the highest combined high tide and storm surge since hurricane Hugo thirty years ago and that could touch off flooding one storm related death has already been reported in North