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"atlantic beach" Discussed on Duos The Co-Founders Podcast
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Coronavirus Deaths Pass One Million Worldwide
"We turn to the coronavirus pandemic here in the US, the virus now taking more than a million lives worldwide and. One fifth of those lives right here in the US more than two hundred, five, thousand American lives lost now a new study tonight finding cases in children rising from two percent to ten percent since the spring and as New York City children go back to school for the first time the alarming rise in cases right here in this city threatening to close the schools again ABC's Eva pilgrim tonight from new. York. Just as New York City. Elementary students went back to the classroom schools already at risk of closing the city reporting Koba positivity rate taking up above three percent for the first time since June new clusters traced to nine zip coats if the schools are not safe. I'm not going to allow them to operate. Period. The city to close schools as early as next week if that number stays above three percent, the potential setback coming as Cova cases in children have risen from two percent to ten percent nationwide over the last five months. One of those cases twelve year old Elizabeth mcnew from Atlantic Beach Florida who passed away after A. Battle with the virus Elizabeth came to me and said. I'm not breathing right mummy tonight a new report from the New York Times says over the summer white. House. Officials tried to pressure the CDC to play down the risks of sending children back to School Olympia, troy of aid to the vice president sat in on Task Force meetings it was. People within the White House specifically tasking more junior level staff to try to find alternate data data that the narrative that they wanted, which was it only affects you know people above the age of seventy five and it doesn't effect younger school children. It was all part of the narrative of we need to open up the schools. And the White House pushing back on that New York Times reporting saying that the task force brings together experts with different expertise and views
More shark sightings force Long Island beaches to close
"Could be restricted again. It's um Long Island beaches after Mohr Shark sighting fishermen caught a sandbar shark Jones Beach yesterday prompted lifeguards to only allow folks in waist deep. Same case for Dickerson Beach and also some shark sightings at Atlantic Beach that forced the red flags up very frustrating for folks who want to cool off on a hot, humid summer day. So I guess we'll just stay is ankle deep in a number of shark sightings and sharks caught by fishermen off Long Island beaches over the last few weeks, I'm Scott Pringle, double the Tardis. Russia claims it has developed the world's first corona virus vaccine, but officials here in the US are skeptical. In this country. The development of vaccines comes and phases you try in the lab and phase one. A few people try and phase two after 30,000 volunteers or given it during Phase three, Russia has skipped phase three altogether and gone straight to production. After Paul Offit is with the vaccine Education Center here in the US in the United States, we would demand a A much bigger trial. Teo be confident of the vaccine was
"atlantic beach" Discussed on WTOP
"Constant signal. W T o P News 103.5 FM will never miss a moment. 5 18 traffic and weather on the eights and when it breaks, let's go to the traffic center. We'll start off on the Maryland Beltway with the crash on the inner loop of the Beltway, near the Greenbelt Metro Station as you leave at one college park on your way toward the Baltimore Washington Parkway. At last report still blocking the left side. You're getting by to the right with police there with it. The car was fair, apparently facing the wrong way. At one point on New Hampshire Avenue. The crash on South down stretch was near Piney Branch. Roads still have that one in camera and we still have only single file left getting by with a bit of a delay. Coming west on Route 50. As you're leaving the eastern shore of Maryland and the Atlantic Beach is heading home westward. You've got delays from about Thompson Creek Road for about three or so miles to get across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge is you've got three lanes available for westbound travelers for you're seeing in the traffic cameras there to Lindsay's bound and no delays in Charles County. The crash on three or 12 south down south of the Route five split for Madeline Bean Town Road like they've taken care of most of that. Driving on the Beltway in Virginia. You're in good shape. 66 eastbound. It's a brief slowdown through theater change of 1 23 95 south of briefs. Later on across the Occoquan 95 North slows out of Thornburg, very heavy in spots bumper to bumper most of the way up through the center Poor Parkway. Its volume only easy pass Things run north on 95 on 3 95 from staffer to the Potomac. District. It was a rolling demonstration going north on Connecticut Avenue, leaving DuPont Circle in the words Hold Now they've made their way up to ST made a left now confined mostly to s street just west of Connecticut Avenue and police are helping with the demonstration and the traffic direction. I'm Jo Conway WCup traffic Now to storm seem fours. Steve Prince of Ali, Steve. Any thunder boomers out they're coming. Oh, yeah, We definitely have something. We've been watching them throughout the course of the afternoon. They've developed.
"atlantic beach" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"There's a woman better. She's like y'all. T's not sweet. This is bad. I mean I this. This is put sugar in the Thi. This is the start of a riot in North Carolina. There's a bojangles representative. Listening Sinn help to the one in Atlantic beach man because I'm not going to go to it anymore is like I didn't. I don't WanNa ruin it. The food is so good. I mean when bojangles runs for mustard. You need to airdrop some. If I believe airdrop a manager in there I believe that it might be actual sacrilege to serve sweet tea. That's not sweet. I think those people might go to hill me to the. I think that might be an unforgivable sin right especially when they're like no but this one is and if you do it twice yes yes you go to the third level of hill sorry for that little ran. I didn't expect to do that but I was really upset very upset. I would be afraid I mean with those things happening at a boating that would literally I would be like kids. We gotta get Outta your cause some bad's going to have like someone is going to get to upset and there's going to be like they're gonNA be rippin like paper bags and I don't know throw intenders. Yeah I call him. Tenders Supreme Supreme also have home style tenders yeah. They're not hot. They don't have the spice for the children's. Yeah Yeah I saw I saw a full grown man order. Those for the week shook my head of the week men and Children Not oh man so you're you're hurting. I feel good now that I got that out. Though you got to cook cookout in you I got this V. I.. Man It was like it was beats and Yams and they had this they had to think barbecue was they had to think Oh barbeque. It was made out of mushrooms rooms. Where is this at cafe gratitude? Oh I place we talked about this and when you order off millions it's additives like whole and complete and serene and when you order you're supposed to or over the the W. H.. O. L. E. put this in your whole. We're having a real whole homonym of an episode here. Sometimes.
"atlantic beach" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"Is peak season but you weren't going to Joe Bangel. There's there's eleven people in line. There were eleven people in line and some of them were like three people together as a party. We're not wasn't eleven different groups. It was like four different groups forty five minutes. Did you band together with those people in like I'm not done. They're out of dirty rice. I get up there I order. They're still had a dirty rice at that point and I didn't even ask for it the route of honey mustard payment post-apocalyptic then we get our T. of course we got sweet. Tea Jesse wanted she said bring me back unsweetened easy and then shepherd overnight. We're going to get sweet tea because we're here. When in Rome we sit down and shepherds I think I got mom's tea and he says let me take any tastes knows no takes my dad? These are all in sweet. I was like shepherd. This is just your ten year old pal. Let me take them. They're all on sweet wheat. Go back up and I say sorry. Do you put a sweet tea. In these sweet tea's okay he forty five minutes later that happened in about seven minutes. It wasn't too long okay. He feels him back up. We go back down and shepherds his dad. There still on sweet taste. He's right right. They have not put any sugar in the sweet tea. I begin to see people who've already waited forty five minutes for their meal getting up and looking at the old man walkabout. He's talking to himself. I was like the Swede is it. He was so he didn't even hear me. He goes up. He gets his tea and then there's a woman better. She's like y'all. T's not sweet. This is bad. I mean I this. This is put sugar in the Thi. This is the start of a riot in North Carolina. There's a bojangles representative. Listening Sinn help to the one in Atlantic beach man because I'm not going to go to it anymore is like I didn't. I don't.
Atlantic Beach, North Carolina And Seventeen Year discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"We have a medical update on the North Carolina teen attacked by a shark off Atlantic beach. I mean it's almost goal. Seventeen year old page winter lose his leg, but says she is focused on staying positive. She will need more surgery, her dad's saved her by punching the shark
"atlantic beach" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Got us abundant day back at it. The weather wise. What are we looking at? We're gonna assigned from our storm. That's going to be sweet into the central states later this week. We are looking at a storm system that's going to develop right along the coast right in the wake of this cold front. Swept away the the beautiful warm weekend. Temperatures from the east coast. This new storms expected to intensify near the Atlantic beaches of the southeast sometime Tuesday tomorrow. Now that storm will be preceded by a band of rain in northern Florida and southern Georgia today starting to see some of that in the big bend area. Gusty winds are going to be stirring up. Some rough surf admitted the Atlantic beaches today rip currents may threaten anyone. Brave enough to enter the cool waters. Taibbi Allen Georgia as well as Jacksonville and Daytona Beach in Florida. The coastal hazards may increase at the beaches of the Carolinas by Tuesday as this storm strengthens beach erosion coastal flooding can occur especially at high tide. Heavy rain and gusty winds forty plus miles per hour could see some flash flooding and some of the low line in poor drainage areas as well as some sporadic power outages. Some rain will spread back to the interstate eighty five corridor from Charlotte and Raleigh North Carolina on Tuesday, if the storm strengthens closer to the coast rain could actually target communities even further to the west if the rain reaches the southern Appalachians. It's not out of the question. We could actually see some snowfall further to the south a few heavy thunderstorms may develop and track across central Florida on Tuesday. Now after the storm impacts the southeast AccuWeather said they're favoring attract that allows most of the northeast to escape the heaviest rain in the strongest winds. As the storm looked more likely to target Nova Scotia, the exception may be southeastern Massachusetts, including Cape Cod and down east Maine where you'll see maybe a six to twelve hour period of some heavy rain and strong winds late Tuesday into Wednesday. Winds may gust around forty miles per hour. On Cape Cod. Even in that scenario looks like with the storm could bring at least some rain to the coastal areas from coastal New Jersey to eastern Long Island Tuesday night. Some rain maybe grazing other communities in eastern New England later Tuesday into Wednesday as well, maybe some minor traffic delays in Boston.
"atlantic beach" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Well, and and do you have a figure handy right now for? Just a little bit down the road at morehead city. I don't have the I don't have any current estimates. I know as a five PM yesterday they were already up to about twenty inches. But I don't have any figures yet. Okay. I believe I saw some number that they were up over thirty inches that would make sense. They were in that area that the weather prediction center was saying commonly twenty to thirty would isolated forty. So they're probably well on their way. And and if you mentioned earlier would just think park over extreme, South Carolina. We've got these bands of heavy heavy rainfall, which are essentially training over the same areas. So not only are they getting rain. But there's no way nowhere for the water to go. But up while I'm looking at a band that is just below the Outer Banks, which seems to be the one edges near morehead city, Atlantic beach and that band of rain than stretches back down to somewhere near like. Snead's ferry or north Topsail beach, and that band looks to be about a hundred miles long going into going into the Atlantic on radio. That's exactly those. I'm staring at it right now on the radar and that is exactly what's going on. And this is just rinse and repeat it just keeps going over the same area. Very different scenario if the storm is moving quickly, but it's not. So you're getting all this heavy rain over essentially the same area. And so it's it's it's training, folks. This is what we call training. Yeah. And and boxcar effect, right? Exactly. In other words, there is a track that runs hundred miles out into the Atlantic and it curves around and it pushes his way up and ends up somewhere near. Oh. I don't know. Let's see here. Gold goldsboro. Maybe I'll Grange Kingston new Bern, and that's the northern edge of it. And so if you are in Richard's Half Moon. Oh my goodness. Yeah. Jacksonville. Jacksonville point. We want to get across to all our listeners here is this is a life threatening catastrophic event for the flash floods and the prolonged significant river flooding we're going to be talking into this early next week. And this is going to continue over the Carolinas today the southern to central Appalachians from. Western North Carolina and west central Virginia, Anita far, western West Virginia are going to feel the direct impacts of this thing and to make it worse. There actually could be some landslides in the higher terrain because of all the all the water just pulling on those crews and just pulling everything down. In fact, we're going to do some checking on the Appalachian trail shortly in regards to the landslide issues. But what I'm hearing. You say is something like turn. What is that saying turn around? Don't drown don't drought. Yeah. By the way, we're you guys the ones responsible at the weather service for that song. Yes. It was the national weather service that I I don't I don't think anybody in the weather service wrote the lyrics. I think they got a professional for that. But we're scientists. It's a it's a good jingle. And it's been a very good campaign is very simple easy to remember. And it works, and we hope people will just remember those four simple words that could save your life turn around. Don't drown. Wow. Incredible. And by the way, I you need to pass this up the chain at the weather service after we started playing the song this evening it lit up our phones across the country. We had calls from the west coast to the east coast. And and so you may have a chart moving hit on your hands turnaround ground. Yeah. Maybe we'll make the billboard top forty. I just start sending that out emailing that clip to every radio station Telam added to their rotation of current hits. Without a doubt, it'll be it'll be very popular in the Carolinas right now. Yes. Dennis. Thank you very much for your time. I appreciate it very much. I know you need to get back and get the ball rolling letting people know what's going on. And if you can do anything about speeding this bad boy up that would be great. My my thing and TV is you know is. Sales not production. But we hope for the best. Yeah. Without a doubt. This is Dennis falcon Dennis is the title is public affairs, director of communications and public affairs officer National Hurricane Center. Well, thank you very much. We appreciate your time. And and you guys are doing a great job. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. You have a great morning and the rest of the day. All right. You know, what I think in honor of Dennis's movement of let's make sure we do it. Right. Why don't we do it? One more time. Do not drought death. You know, what the one nice thing about that song? It is the perfect lead into the next thing that I want to talk about here on Red Eye Radio. And by the way, we're going to be here. Steve Lenore myself going to be back here again tomorrow night. So please join us. We'll be here at ten o'clock Pacific time and one o'clock east coast time and all the time in between, but mudslides Dennis mentioned that and the the hills in the mountains that border the Carolinas. It's gonna still rain there, and it's going to be raining there into Monday and into Tuesday, and because of the tropical moisture that is thick this is rich atmosphere. If you're in it, you know, what I'm talking about. It's it's it's almost kind of like thick you breathe it in it. It's almost moisture and and and short and sweet about all his bad. Boy is that the Appalachians. Are not going to be in good shape. The National Park Service and the US forest service. If closed portions of the trail in both North Carolina and Virginia because of the storm the Appalachian trail conservancy is urging hikers to get off the trail and seek shelter. The nonprofit says dangerous conditions could include falling trees flash floods and mudslides, and that's Westwood one's. Correspondent Bill Michaels. Wanting to let you know that mudslides are going to be an issue. And so the situational awareness know, where you live if you live in one of those places that has run off and rain, then know where you live and be prepared to recognize this is going to be one of those situations where we could have some very dangerous mudslides from the rains associated with tropical storm Florence as we finally work our way to get Florence out of here. But currently Florence isn't moving all that fast about two miles an hour. Now, you'll see it on the bulletin. Sins is five because I think that's about as low down as they're allowed to go. So we'll be right back on Red Eye Radio meteorologist, Tom HALE. Steve Lenore, we'll be right back. Get in touch with.
"atlantic beach" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"A midnight. It's still raining. Well, and do you have a figure handy right now for just a little bit down the road of morehead city. I don't have the I don't have any current estimates. I know as a five PM yesterday they were already up to about twenty inches. But I don't have any figures yet. Okay. I believe I saw some number that they were up over thirty inches that would make sense. They were in that area that the weather prediction center was saying commonly twenty to thirty isolated forty. So they're probably well on their way. And and as you mentioned earlier with us think park over extreme, South Carolina. We've got these bands of heavy heavy rainfall, which are essentially training over the same areas. So not only are they getting. Torture way. But there's no way no way for the water to go but up. Well, I'm looking at a band that is just below the Outer Banks, which seems to be one the one edges near morehead city, Atlantic beach, and that band of rain than stretches back down to somewhere near like steeds ferry or north Topsail beach and the band looks to be about one hundred miles long going into going into the Atlantic on radio. That's exactly so I'm staring at right now on the radar on that. And that's exactly what's going on. And this is just a rinse and repeat it just keeps going over the same area. Very different scenario if the storm is moving quickly, but it's not. So you're getting all this heavy rain over essentially the same area. And so it's it's it's training, folks. This is what we call training and boxcar, right, exactly. In other words, there is a track that runs hundred miles out into the Atlantic and it curves around and it pushes his way up and ends up somewhere near. Oh. I don't know. Let's see here. Gold's goldsboro. Maybe I'll Grange Kingston new Bern, and that's the northern edge of it. And so if you are in Richard's Half Moon. Oh my goodness. Yeah. Yeah. Jacksonville. The point we want to get across to all our listeners here is this is a life threatening catastrophic event for the flash floods and the prolonged significant river flooding, we're gonna be talking into this early next week, and this is gonna continue over the Carolinas today the southern to central Appalachians from western North Carolina in the west central Virginia Neva, far western West Virginia are going to feel the direct impacts of this thing and to make it worse. There actually could be some landslides in the higher terrain because of all the all the water just pulling on those trees and just pulling everything down. In fact, we're going to do some checking on the Appalachian trail shortly in regards to the landslide issues. But what I'm hearing. You say is something like turn. What is that saying turn around don't drown around don't drought? Yeah. By the way, we're you guys the ones responsible at the weather service for that song. Yes. It was the national weather service that I I don't I don't think anybody in the weather service wrote the lyrics. I think they got. Professional for that. Or scientists. It's a it's a good jingle. And and it's been a very good campaign is very simple easy to remember. And it works, and we hope people will just remember those four simple words that could save your life turn around. Don't drown. Wow. Incredible. And by the way, you need to pass this up the chain at the weather service after we started playing the song this evening it lit up our phones across the country. We had calls from the west coast to the east coast. And and so you may have a chart moving hit on your hands turnaround. Yeah. Maybe we'll make the billboard top forty is it you just start sending that out emailing that clip to every radio station, tell them to their rotation of current hits without a doubt, it'll be very very popular in the Carolinas right now. Yes. Dennis. Thank you very much for your time. I appreciate it very much. I know you need to get back and get the ball rolling letting people know what's going on. And if you can do anything about speeding this bad boy up that would be great. My my thing and TV is you know. Weren't sales not production. But we hope for the best. Yeah. Without a doubt. This is Dennis falcon Dennis is the title is public affairs, director communications and public affairs officer National Hurricane Center. Well, thank you very much. We appreciate your time. And and you guys are doing a great job. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. If you have a great morning and the rest of the day. All right. You know, what I think in honor of dentists movement of let's make sure we do it. Right. Why don't we do it? One more time..
"atlantic beach" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"I mean, the gusting has been as high as over one hundred new Bern, by the way is apparently been hit particularly hard. And and they're actually giving out helpline numbers for their nine. One. One calls are are coming in because I guess people have been devastated, I guess, we're not going to be able to assess the property damage until win tomorrow. Well, I I don't think we'll be able to really get in there. And look at it till probably next week some time because you're still gusty forty to fifty miles an hour of the south east tomorrow, and you're still piling water in. Yeah, I'm looking at the models. Have for instance, have another twenty inches of rain in Wilmington before this is done. So you know, the way you say that this is now sits there for twenty four thirty six hours and just keeps dropping rain like mad IMC some pictures now of some destruction in new Bern newborn does look like it was hit pretty hard. I don't see buildings that have collapsed. But I do see a lot of windows broken. A lot of debris has flown over everything. Whereas like, they're still standing. Yeah. I don't think you're going to see, you know, building. You don't see besides they build them to code now. So, but look I've been to a tree down. And there's a storefront that was blown open the head plywood on it. But when I see appear demolished in Atlantic beach, which is stored against these hurricanes for years, I have to say to myself. I wonder what else is going on. So when they when it's all over they'll assess the damage and see the real the bottom line is how costly we hope there's no cost to you in life. But how costly is it the property? But let's remember also this is a five to seven day warning you had the president getting out there. And just like he was the leader of an army mobilizing an army determined to make sure that everybody was ready for this. And so, you know, you're darned if you do darned if you don't if it doesn't cause a tremendous amount of damage, people gras wasn't that bad if it causes more. Oh, look at that. They didn't do their job. So yeah. The the blame some images are coming in from new Bern North Carolina does show that the water the flooding is. Massive. It would definitely seeing that part of it, which is kind of like the ground zero area where I hit right? So I guess it's slow moving as you said it hit it hit it right still beach, and it's been drifting west south Westwood. But if you if you take a look if you look at the radar, and you you stand back and look.
"atlantic beach" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Top of the hour. We've been watching now the hurricane hurricane Florence hit. The coast Wilmington, North Carolina. And it seems to be taking the track that we said, but it doesn't seem to be as damaging as we once thought we have six hundred thousand plus people without power ten to fifteen foot storm surges. We do have Cajun navy rescuers there they've been involved in helping some people that have gotten into trouble. We have seen some neighborhoods that are flooded. But it doesn't look as bad as we thought. It would look at least from my perspective. But we still have a lot of time left to go. We have are the official meteorologist of the Sean Hannity show. That's Joba starting whether bell dot com. I'm looking at it. Now it. It just doesn't seem to be knocking down any houses or flooding to any extreme that would concern me. Like what we thought was going to happen. Well, the only thing you're seeing pictures in those areas that being seen furnaces after Katrina three o'clock in the afternoon. So reporter standing on bourbon street saying well, we dodged a bullet over here. And you don't really know what's going on and ninety nine point nine percent of the area that people aren't taking pictures, for instance, the Atlantic beach, which has been there for years and years was demolished. All right Wilmington has had a wind gusts to one hundred and five miles an hour, which is the second highest on record and Wilmington, of course, records go back there. One hundred years with all these great hurricanes that have gone through that area. Donna Hazel, and you go and Fran and Floyd. So when I when I look at something like this. I wait until it's all over like, I remember coming Alica said, we're coming home for Katrina. I've been working about thirty six hours straight and walked in the house and just as well, they're saying it's not that bad. My wife said that to me because they were reporting from one place, so we have to see what's going on. And let's keep in mind. We're still getting wind gusts harking force out of the southeast at rights, Phil beach, and all the way up the coast. These folks in new Bern where the water is coming down the river, and the sound is coming up, and they're very very bad shape. It's just spreading into the grand strand. Now, the strong. Wins by the way in the Myrtle Beach area will be tomorrow afternoon. And that's when they could.
"atlantic beach" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The top of the hour. We've been watching now the hurricane hurricane Florence hit. The coast Wilmington North Carolina, and it seems to be taking the track that we said, but it doesn't seem to be as damaging as we once thought we have six hundred thousand plus people without power ten to fifteen foot storm surges. We do have Cajun navy rescuers there they've been involved in helping some people that have gotten into trouble. We have seen some neighborhoods that are flooded. But it doesn't look as bad as we thought. It would look at least from my perspective. But we still have a lot of time left to go. We have are the official meteorologist of the Sean Hannity show. That's job is starting whether bell dot com. I'm looking at it. Now, it just doesn't seem to be knocking down any houses or flooding to any extreme that would concern me. Like what we thought was going to happen. Well, the only thing you're seeing pictures in those areas that being seen I after Katrina three o'clock in the afternoon. So reporter standing on bourbon street saying well, we dodged a bullet over here. And you don't really know what's going on in ninety nine point nine percent of the area that people aren't taking pictures, for instance, the Atlantic beach, which has been there for years and years was demolished. All right Wilmington has had a wind gusts to one hundred and five miles an hour, which is the second highest on record. And Wilmington, of course, records go back there. One hundred years with all these great hurricanes that have gone through that area. Donna and Hazel, and you go and Fran and Floyd. So when I when I look at something like this. I wait until it's all over like, I remember coming Alica said coming home for Katrina. It'd be working about thirty six hours straight. I walked in the house and just as well, they're saying, it's not that bad. My wife said to me because they were reporting from one place, so we have to see what's going on. And let's keep in mind. We're still getting wind gusts to a harking force out of the southeast at rights, still beach and all the way up the coast. These folks in new Bern where the water is coming down the river, and the sound is coming up, and they're very very bad shape. It's just spreading into the grand strand. Now, the strongest winds, by the way in the Myrtle Beach area will be tomorrow afternoon. And that's when they could.
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"The same amount of energy the same amount of water in it that that cat. Cake longer to deliberate. And while the pictures are great of idiots like gay and on the beach. You know, getting blown over with the wind. That's one thing. What really causes all the destruction is the water, and because of the way the barrier islands of North Carolina form rather than being a barrier ceremony. Jackie like funnel now for all. The storm surge. So there's gonna be a lot of people who are going to be in a world of hurt for a very long time after this storm, but you mentioned people leeland where have how many people have you seen around Atlantic beach, North Carolina, so far is there anybody else on the beach with you, or is it just you and other news correspondents? Right now, just talking to other news, correspondent police swept everybody out that we told you to evacuate. We can't make you a vacuum. But if you're not gonna evacuate, then you gotta go to your house, and some people listening some people didn't we were just with the police chief who had to run because there are a couple of people who decided to ride this storm out in a sailboat of all things. Twentieth. Atlantic speech finest then have to go put on narrow dry, suits and life jackets and try to go save this be chatting with Wayland veteran. A Fox News. Joining us here on the hammer and Nigel show, he has Atlantic beach North Carolina covering hurricane Florence and Leland from what I understand here. The flooding is going to be the major concern. Because once the storm makes landfall that's not the end of it. It's an -ticipant to stick around for the entire weekends. Correct. Right. Exactly. And and the hours there's already flooding already roads passable, I it it's not going to be long before those roads, go from impassable deadly two houses inundated. And they're talking about forty inches of rain. We all remember the pictures from hurricane Harvey of all those water rescues in really got what everybody's getting ready for now. The fire departments now ball staged all their water rescue teams to go in. Once once the storm subsides in those these water levels, not just going to be on the coast, either going to be thirty forty fifty sixty miles inland where you're gonna get these massive floods Leland, tell me something. Then how how did you get there? How long did it take for you to get there to Atlantic beach, North Carolina? And then what are you gonna do when things start to really get nasty? Well, it's it's a great question. And we've got great teams who just down here we moved down on Monday. I'd put teams all along the beaches. We've got you evacuation points that we know we can get to supply staged whether it be you or FU in other asset stage that not only can we keep reporting. But we can also stay on the air and be able to have communications and then stay safe as well. And then we we tried to move out to wherever the story. I is there found a couple of condos that we were able to rent and in stage in there and wait in able to wait the storm out inland tomorrow. You'll be calling into Tony cats program with more updates, correct? We'll do.
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"Hours after saying he had simply misspoken when, he said he saw no reason to believe Russia had interfered, in the twenty sixteen US election the president at a cabinet meeting defending. His record for dealing with Russia we're doing very well probably as well as. Anybody. Has ever done with Russia and there's been no president ever as tough as i have been on russia the president has faced bipartisan criticism for his public undermining of u._s. intelligence agencies senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has suggested the senate might now move forward with new sanctions against russia florida senator marco rubio's calling on congress to send a message to russian president vladimir putin bypassing his bipartisan measure called the term or defending elections from threats by establishing red lines on the senate floor rubio said the deter act list sanctions that will go into effect immediately if it's determined that russia's once again interfering in our elections rubio said the only thing putin understands is deterrence at thirteen year old boys recovering from minor injuries after a shark bite at a beach off long island in islip says the boy appears to have minor injuries in that attack and atlantic beach along fire island another attack took place and close by sailors haven we're though on that condition of the second victim The food. And drug administration's moving to make sure non dairy products aren't called milk at. The Commissioner of. Scott Gottlieb says he intends to enforce the definition of milk is something that comes, from Macau not a planned and the roles been on the books for a. Long time but it hasn't been enforced against products such as soya milk and almond milk and a couple of pigs plop. Down at San Antonio animal care services to Vietnamese potbelly pigs are apparently. Dropped off in the backyard of a home close to sixteen oh four foreign lock hill Selma essence it is a legal to keep swine inside the city limits CCS we'll try to find the hogs home and the county breaking.
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"Said in okay now we'll give you flood insurance but we're not gonna keep ensuring this and losing money over the fact that you guys keep getting flooded noone lay in her door and leave because it's this giant mississippi river it's been here longer than any of us and maybe at some point we have to get smart and say okay yeah we better better not rebuild here and so now it's a marvellous flood line and its agricultural land where you know that kind of land wall you talk about grown crops on that stuff wow it's incredible but he has here's a go ahead of the question is in my mind does this it will this change where we buy homes you know are you are you going to think to yourself by not going to by this house on a vineyard or i'm not at a by this house in the desert or this house that backs up to a you know a forest and in the sierra because i know that i'm going to have a hard time getting insurance for this or how much stock in a cost me in is actually the mortgage rioted that that could that could be a big part of it like we mentioned last hour uh there is some places along the east coast uh against south florida up the coast in do the carolinas um were you've got these beautiful stretches of beach uh where people bill two houses uh and what they are there called barrier islands and barrier islands um while on twitter this way hurricanes often change the shape of them uh hurricane sometimes often remove them another words wipe them out and that's just the nature of a large sandbar for lack of a better term uh when i was looking to buy a house nee i told the story last hour when i lived in florida i wonder by house in atlantic beach florida and i remember talking to an alltime stayed after looked at the house as like athens them in a by this figured out the insurance wasn't that bad and a stop at the local wateringhole are no sitting down having a beer talking with one of the old timers and he said suggesting or by madhouse answered yeah we were talking about he goes you just have to remember one thing you don't own that house i.
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"From ten to one on john match targeting sound that king of er henry miller the hoover institution joins comment on this is not the onion this is gmo pursued by the obsessed poly pod pesca a minnesota resident i learned from a recent website at the wls legal pulse poly pod pescar grew alarmed when her dannon all natural yogurt was revealed to use the ingredients that would be a cow from cows who ate grain that might be might be gmo grain poly pot pescar henry i did not know that it had gotten as far i really did know that you can seek out an all natural dannon yogurt which is as popular as grains of sand on the atlantic beach okay it's everywhere absolutely and sue the company because it's cows might have met might have eaten grain how far are we going to go henry do we do we then go to the grain coming from a state that allows gmo food good evening to you in good evening john well that's be logical yet absurd conclusion uh uh uh let me let me correct one small thing it's not the cow uh pittsburgh ingredient in yoghurt it's the milk from macau yes yes that's the threats fear ingredient in yoghurt and and as you as you said the the activists keep going um back uh level after level and because the uh the many of the grants especially corn and soy uh that the the cows eat have been genetically engineered they say that the uh the yogurt made from the milk the comes from the cow that eight p.
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"Go away college baseball baseball has it right if you can you can be drafted out of high school at all but if you choose to go to college that you have to go for three years a you can't be drafted again until after your third year it works and we if we can do the same thing and have the nba invest in the jleague where guys come out of high school could actually go the jleague at make a good living you know you have we are forcing kids to go to college that don't want to go to college because vestral athletes really and they want to go from one really stand that is not a college rule lesson nba nba forces that college can't force it so they should be allowed to go the great ones little ron james of the great ones should be allowed to go from high school right the college the others have to stay three years which would cut out all this nonsense because these guys as people might know go one semester trainer for the nba draft they go to school one semester as it it's ridiculous and we get through a couple of things here number one you've been villanova eighteen years you've turned down eighteen and at least eighteen nba jobs it's another six is forty two times when he was gonna make the move dressed like an nba coach you've been eighteen years when are you going to the nba are you going to go the nba right now i don't think we're how close did you get what was the closest jomo sca this did you say yes it have known when when it's the fan ski was the president and general manager the sixers already well he was actually my neighbor yep and that time i did talk with him i met with him and then i told them i will give you an answer right away and then i just decided i i i would i would love to coach in the nba except i don't want to leave villanova to do it i love my job so it just the the long island guy you know i don't know how many folks here know long beach atlantic beach where i grew up i grew up working at the abc the atlantic beach club uh john you can always find a european hogan's alley he's always in hogan's alley all summer at the abc and if you're looking for and that's when you can find.
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"Of the blaze by meowing loudly in hiding a four kittens of where the captain kittens omitted out safely no residents injured some firefighters did suffer minor injuries no word on the cause as yet police in worcester masking for the public's help that's after a man was stabbed on main street witnesses say the victim was chased by younger man who punched and stabbed him in the back and armed victim refusing to cooperate with police sticking to the hospital expected to recover there are drinking water concerns and a popular island town on the north carolina coast people in atlantic beach north carolina her being told to boil their water before using it after a sample test showed e coli bacteria in the water nearly three dozen restaurants have had to close because of the water safety concern hotels and motels are giving guest bottled water tell leaders do not think the e coli that turned up at a drinking water sample was the result of hurricane erma jim krasula cbs news raleigh north carolina in providence eleven school employees what are believed that following allegations asians of inappropriate behaviour or failure to follow protocols school department spokeswoman says the action was taken out of an abundance of caution although eight of the employees placed on leave have been cleared by the state department of children youth and families they will remain on leave until the school department reviews the cases the spokeswoman said most of the leaves involves separate incidents but were not related you never know what you're going to get with me but i promise you one thing we afford to have fun higher music movies sports tv in general from h market i love your show it such a pleasure to talk the morgan show a more than white junior ten to midnight right here on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time 353 extravagant weather together.
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"Per hour it's a strong present movement westnorthwest or two hundred eighty five degrees captain at sixteen miles per hour so there you go the nine hundred forty one of them in the nba an hour which means is still strengthening okay is to sir with its dropping it means it's strengthening okay so it's at nine hundred fourteen mila bars is that what that is i'm going to hang of this stuff did i tell you the the joe they tell you the story i can't remember which hurricane this was this is many years ago ugh we had left the beach we'd actually been them by my family had been down for valentine family reunion and this was at the atlantic beach you folks in north carolina obviously know where that is in right it it's more head city neil had city is this it's the beach add more hits it anyway near beaufort and all that kind of stuff so we've been down there we'd rented a cottage and then a hurricane was coming or as my brothers called her can you folks in north carolina call her can i get you the british called a hurricane to have you ever noticed an there are a lot of similarities between the speech of the british and nor and then southern stuff fishing north carolina anyway we had rented a cottage and we had the leave early because a hurricane was coming and so steven mark my older brothers decided and my older oldest brother steve lives in beaufort so they decided they were going to stay in the cottage and that's what we that's when we that's a how hurricane mark got his uh got his name that's because we were calling him i'll tell you that story in a second but we're outlier thank you so much the truth uh oh jose upgraded to a category one hurricane to us right behind erma we'll keep you updated on that do we're was a oh yes great story about her again so we left the beach and we had the cut the valentine family reunion short we went back to nashville tennessee and susan i were watching all this stuff about the hurricane coming.