Listen: North Carolina, Mark Stewart and Washington Department Of Emergency Management discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Information officer Mark Stewart with Washington state military department got there, and they got the emergency management center in Raleigh. Energy here in the building. Folks who are arriving? He says specialists from around the country are there steward will be deployed to North Carolina for at least two weeks. The Washington department of emergency management sent two teams to North Carolina to help with the response to hurricane Florence total of nine people made the trip including workers from the corrections department city of Lakewood, west Pierce, fire and rescue and the Graham fire department responded to previous natural disasters. Like the recent volcanic eruption in Hawaii troubling news for the southern resident killer whale population. Young orca that scientists and whale advocates tried desperately to save has been declared dead now just seventy four the majestic whales remained in Puget Sound. Komo's CARA cast niche has the latest from Noah fisheries in Seattle on this late summer day lead. Scientists can Balcon says three year old Jay fifty has died. The ailing orca has now been seen with their pod. Since last Friday. She's dead. Common for young whale to be very distant from family members in massive search by scientists and researchers in Canadian and US waters from the air water and shore was unsuccessful forcing stakeholders to force the grim reality. She's gone. This comes not long after another orca in the J pod carried her dead cath more than seventeen days covering more than one thousand miles in what many believe was an active grief. We are witnessing full motion extinction of a population. That is. Charismatic and Konica this."