21 Burst results for "Newburn"

"newburn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"newburn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"So another danger for you out there see the story about Hoover that over that everybody's been waiting for this safety report they were supposed to disclose what happens in their vehicles and they've been criticized over the years for you hear these stories about women getting assaulted some guy you know assaults these women their other customers so over released a report that covers two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen numbers have got to be bigger now six thousand incidents of sexual assaults of various kinds six thousand so I've I mean I've got to ask you ladies I've heard this before from women they don't trust uber or left because they don't know whose car they're getting in the other is the story of the woman who got killed because she's a college student and it was what was the Midwest and she call the Newburn some guy pulls up in a black car she jumped in she didn't check out you know you gotta check and look and go they send a photo of the driver they send the license plate number of the car so she was negligent but wound up costing her life but I'm talking about okay so there's a license plate yep that matches the other is the face of the of the driver yep that matches you get in the car with this complete stranger and off you go then that the I mean it's it's number of sexual assaults two thousand nine hundred in two thousand seventeen three thousand forty five in two thousand eighteen.

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"newburn" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on American Scandal

"Is released he promptly takes revenge and guns, Boven down bones men. Go to the police spill the details of the temple leaders drug-smuggling empire. The temple leaders many of the devotees or arrested. It's a sad end to bad idea. And it's only the beginning of a string of criminal cases connected to the Christmas tall buff. Chuck Saint-Denis is lucky though, he isn't arrested. But he definitely feels the heat. He wants to get as far away from California as he can't start over somewhere remote get clean. He decides to relocate to new Dobbin. When Chuck arrives at Newburn Dobbin early in nineteen seventy nine he knows he's made the right decision. It's a simpler life than Laguna beach that suits and fine. He's not ready to become a full devotee again. So he lives as fringy the name given to people who live on the commun-, but don't follow the strict rules at the religion, like not eating meat drinking using drugs or having sex more than once a month. He doesn't give drugs completely what he's able to kick his cocaine habit. A year later, he falls in love with commune's nurse. Deborah gear. Strong self reliant woman with curly red hair. She's the communist only nurse, which doesn't leave much time to chant or practice. But they're both sincere, followers and believe in the work. The communist doing their opinions, though will soon change. Nouvruz Dobbin continues to grow and attract followers by nineteen seventy nine when the palace of gold is dedicated there around two hundred fulltime residents, it's quickly dubbed America's Taj Mahal nearby..

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Endometriosis: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Mayo Clinic Radio

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Endometriosis: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

"With your Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, I'm Vivian Williams. Endometriosis is a condition in which tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus grows outside the uterus. It can cause a lot of pain and for some women fertility problems. What causes an atrocious? Dr tat Newburn net. Says there are several theories probably the most widely held theory is that we know that eighty ninety percent of women actually meant straight backwards through the flow can tube. So that probably deposit some enemy chill cells in the pelvis now, not all women experienced symptoms. But when it comes to treatment, Dr Bernard says, you can manage the symptoms with medications or their surgery medications don't change the disease in a fundamental way. So most experts now or recommending that we excise Michio says that means cut it out where we find it. For more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit mayoclinic dot org.

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Trump Visits Hurricane-Ravaged North Carolina

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00:05 sec | 2 years ago

Trump Visits Hurricane-Ravaged North Carolina

"President Trump visited the city of Newburn North Carolina which experienced severe flooding due to Florence. I think what we're seeing his vote that had moved several hundred yards inland. According to the locals there the president's day began with an update from federal state and local officials thought the relief and recovery efforts. We're getting all teed up for a lot of money to come down to the we have it, and we will be supplying go. There will be nothing left undone.

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"newburn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The time is now five twenty two. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin President Trump travels to the Carolinas today to visit areas hit by hurricane Florence. Dozens of people have died in the storm. And some residents are just starting to assess the damage to their homes and businesses last night, the White House released this message from the president FEMA the job you've done the military coastguard what what you've done in saving. So many lives has been really something special law enforcement. Always again, I just want to thank everybody for doing such a great job with a very difficult situation. So what situation while the president find on his visit and Pere Serra mccamman is there in Fayetteville North Carolina and joins us now. Good morning, Sarah. Good morning where exactly is the president going to go. What's he gonna see? So President Trump is going to the eastern part of the state which was really hit hard by the storm. He'll be near Newburn town that some of my colleagues have been reporting from in recent days, and he'll have a chance to see some of the damage and he'll be hearing. No doubt about conditions across the state of North Carolina and the southeast. There are still dozens of shelters open across the state a quarter million people without power as of this morning and the exact situation really depends on where you are right now. Like how close you are to major rivers. For instance, some areas are digging out beginning to assess damage and some are still watching waters rise as all that water from the storm keeps making its way downstream. So it's important for presidents to to understand in a real way in a visceral way what kind of damage these storms do, but it's also big hassle. Bring bring president to to his own. That's been affected by a big storm. Our residents feeling about this trip by the president. What do they want to hear him say? Well, in general, I've heard from so many people who've compared this storm to hurricane Matthew a couple years ago, and a lot of people have mentioned that recovery from that has been slow rebuilding can take a long time. There's a lot of paperwork involved with agencies like FEMA and one local official. Here told me he just wants to hear President Trump expressed support for the people in their recovery. A woman I talked to yesterday named Adrienne Murphy who had evacuated from her home said she wants to make sure that he knows that resources need to be made available really quickly. She says this was a problem for people after Matthew people. She knew of who were displaced for months and some of them she pointed out are on very tight budget. So just having to replace things like food that was lost in the storm can create a crisis and that happens at a time when businesses have closed and so some people's paychecks are disrupted. So her message to the president is too. Is that next week is a long time you have to act now she said, so you're in Fayetteville. We spoke with you yesterday because there's this. Threat that the river. There was going to flood over what's the situation right now. Hundreds of people still in shelters, I met a leafy Duggar at a shelter yesterday. She was there with her mom and her four kids, and she was waiting to see how bad the flooding would be and said she really wanted to make sure her family is safe. I'm gonna try to weigh it out. I had a lot of people telling me come on back. Home is dry, but I just want to wait to.

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Hurricane Florence flooding is causing hog waste to spill out of lagoons

Here & Now

02:52 min | 2 years ago

Hurricane Florence flooding is causing hog waste to spill out of lagoons

"To potential health hazard caused by the storm. Environmentalists are monitoring the states, huge concentration of hog farms, North Carolina's one of the biggest pork producing states in the country without about nine million pigs and hug manure is often stored in open pits. They're called lagoons yesterday. The North Carolina poor council reported that floodwaters have compromised, a handful of those lagoons, and that is a big concern for our next guest. Rick dove is senior adviser to the Waterkeeper alliance. That's a nonprofit environmental group for more than two decades. He's been taking airplane flights and monitoring the status of lagoons during storms as well as poultry farms. He is in Newburn, Rick. I know you're up in the air yesterday. What did you see down below. When we're up there, we, we're, we're seeing that many of these hug lagoons. They're really earth and pitch full of feces and urine basically untreated that have been discharging their waste of the flood waters. And we're seeing a number of the confinement building where these hogs or kept that are also filling up with water into some two different agrees some of them with the water almost to the top of the confinement buildings. We're also seeing the poultry operations. We're seeing the flood waters go over the tops of some of those buildings and flushing the waste from these chickens right on the flood waters. It's a, it's a very sad. So here in eastern North Carolina concerned, not only about the life of the chickens and pigs themselves, but also of course of what's happening to the waste product. Let's say what the industry says. The North Carolina poor council has on its website. A description of what happens when lagoons are flooded. It includes information like this when a lagoon is inundated the walls remain intact, but the flood water rises over the sides and fills the lagoon. This does not cause a catastrophic environmental effect by design says, Saulat are stored and remain at the bottom of the lagoon liquids at the top are heavily diluted minimizing the environmental impact. So it's hard I know for you to measure from the air, exactly what's happening, but even if some of these lagoons were breached, does that provide any solace as to the environmental impact. No, not at all. What you just read to me even says within it that because of the heavy dilution. Well, what they're really saying is if there's heavy dilution inside this lagoon or cesspool that means the contents of left. Well, they say that the solids are at the bottom and and the deluded liquids are at the top. But regardless, what is your main concern given what you're seeing from the air? This could be a tremendous human health problem. This pig waste and this chicken waste that's full of pathogens viruses and bacteria.

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"newburn" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Twelve hundred federal urban search and rescue personnel have been deployed. Multiple stretches of I ninety five are closed and across North Carolina rescues are still underway. By air and by vote and in new Bern, more than four hundred fifty residents have been rescued after more than ten feet of storm surge. I need help with this guy. Jump into. It was more fine. Just wondering what's going on and and where the water's gonna go grab blue. Twenty years and worth I've ever say. And joining me now is the mayor of new Bern, North Carolina, Dana outlaw Mr Mayor, welcome to meet the press sir. Morning. Well, look, let's start with the good news yesterday you announced on the city website that all water rescues had been completed. How out of the woods is new Bern, how concerned are you about return flooding if you will. We're very concerned. A lot of the creeks around Newburn are are are increasing by the hour. We have some folks that their yards are starting to get water because of the tremendous amount of rainfall from the other eastern parts of North Carolina is coming into to newer now by trick river, Bryce is creek news river. What is it that residents need to prepare for? You know, on one hand, they think, oh, all the water rescues are done. The water is starting to recede. Is it next week that you're concerned that all of a sudden this sort of comes back. We're very concerned right now about trees that are continuing to fall down because of the saturated ground conditions. And so this time we're urging residents to stay inside and to not travel. We have a curfew in Newburn. At this time we have thirty roads in newborn right now, they're still not passable. We have forty two hundred homes in new Burnett have been damaged some extensively. We have over three hundred commercial buildings in Newburn that are damaged. So. And right now we have six thousand customers in Newburn alone without power. So again, we're trying hard to get this power restored. So we've actually had to kind of go to downtown area and close it off because of the number of folks that are just wanting to get out and ride around. And we're trying to get these power lines up. So please don't get in the way of our electrical Lyman as they do their job. You have an opportunity here to speak to Washington. So I'm gonna give you that opportunity. What do you need? How do you want the federal response to help Newburn. President Trump called yesterday, and I thank him for having immediately declared a declaration emergency, an intern governor Cooper has given us those resources to get underway the recovery process. So right now we are setting up a coordinator to assist us with FEMA and getting all the resources, the water food and the temporary housing. We have twelve hundred residents in shelters right now. And so at this time, again, the major concern is the power line restoration getting the power back to our customers and keeping folks off the streets.

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"newburn" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And it's they've got to bands that are actually split band starting to feed in and then there's a kind of a coalescence of those two bands together is they come ashore just to the north of Wilmington pretty close to the south side of where you know, we saw Florence actually come ashore rifle beach, and and so they're still getting hammered with heavy rain. But then that continues to stretch and move its way northward. And so it's it's heading up in the direction of Newburn. And so they're still getting some rain out of this in Jacksonville for that matter. But yeah, the big band referring to his arcane to the northwest. Just imagine like a, you know, a big smile in the sky, but it's upside down because in this case, and it's arguing from Wilmington back to Fayetteville where we're getting rainfall rates again in Fayetteville which doesn't need anymore. Rain half inch per hour. Tom Messa respectable rainfall is not torrential. But it's definitely like I said if you were driving through the city, and it was raining and a half inch per hour. It would be your wipers on fast. Ponding on the road. Right. But this goes to the this goes to the fact that we still have a very significant and large circulation huge considering the weakness of the you hear forty mile hour winds. No big deal. But then you take into the fact that the circulation three hundred miles across and it's still strong enough to require a tornado watch the being effect for the area around Wilmington and Fayetteville because we're getting enough sheer in this system to produce that kind of energy, right? This the just on the on the radar that I've got set up the regional shot this. This goes all the way up to the top of the Carolinas and just starts edging into Virginia. And you can see all of the band's if you're looking at a radar. Maybe you're using my radar app on your phone or one.

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"newburn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Storm. Florence is pummeling the southeast with wins and life threatening storm surges today at least five deaths have been linked to the storm, including a mother and her baby we expect that number to climb the governor of North Carolina. Roy Cooper has awarding today for residents warm people now face imminent threat. Then when the storm was just offshore. I cannot overstate it. Flood waters are rising and view aren't watching for them. You are risking your life floods have inundated Newburn county officials say at least three hundred people there have been pulled from their homes and more resources more rescues. Forgive me are happening now NPR's Brockton Booker is in new Bern joins Bracken. Thanks for being with us. Thank you. The governor was blunt and his obviously urgently concerned what else did he have to say. Well, you talked about flooding being a major concern as we heard in that clip. And you saying that, and I'm paraphrasing here that those who think that the storm has missed them have yet to see it's real threat. So he's basically saying that with all the rain all. It's pouring down in areas. Like, Jacksonville, North Carolina. Where free kept base the June is and in Wilmington and even south of the North Carolina in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. They're all supposed to get hit with heavy rains in the coming hours as Florence passes through in the worry is that, you know, flooding that we saw when Floyd plus over North Carolina when it came ashore yesterday, the flooding is going to be much worse. And.

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"newburn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Camp coverage continues hurricane Florence and I'm seeing stories David lake Newburn. We're obviously it's getting pelted you've already had what two hundred people rescued and more waiting to be rescued. Yeah. And there's a guy there George saitown who builds custom homes says he wanted to stay behind. So we get help is neighbors after it was done lives on some higher ground there. Yeah. He said, I think we kind of let our guards down. This was with good morning. America early today said in hindsight, yes, I would've probably gotten outta here. It's like a bomb has gone off here. Everything around us is under water. I think we're not out of the woods by a long shot. Enlisted man. I guess the last thing you need is some goof, not on talk radio criticizing you. Now. I'm just bringing up the question. Didn't they all know because we heard them keep saying just because it's downgraded from four to three to two. It's the amount of water that still the biggest issue. Yes. Tremendously big and tremendously wet if we remember. I mean, right that doesn't sound. So silly now in the content and the grand scheme of things, right? Because when you're talking about, you know, category one through five or whatever I mean, you're really looking at wind speeds not necessarily amount the amount of water that this thing is going to dump on region. And this storm is moving at last check what five miles an hour. As in the whole body of it is actually creeping along that much. Gump a ton of wire on you. Yes. And so yeah, you've got hundreds of water rescues underway right now. But maybe it's a jerk thing to even bring that up and criticize it all. Because if you're in that situation, and you're living in a place that's got the higher ground, and you're thinking, hey, I get help other people around here because at least I'm in this place. That's probably not going to be affected. Yeah. I mean, your heart. Something very admirable about that. Yeah. In that guy's particular case if he is saying, I'm here to help other people. That's why I'm staying behind that being said if everybody would leave when officials asked them to there would be nobody to help afterward you come back in to replace your stuff later, and he's saying if I had known this I. Did no days to get out. But that doesn't help any moment to help you there. But that's the exact that was the temptation for me. Thought about it a lot last year forgiving Harvey was going down. And you know, my my dad actually wound up going back into Houston. He was further up in east Texas went back, and I'm like, okay. So you're going to grab your pets and go right now, we're going to stay back and protect the house. How exactly is that supposed to go down? When you've got a monster hurricane it's dumping tons and tons of water on you. Not a whole lot. You can do turn off a couple of days later flash forward. When my expert analysis was ignored. He winds up on the roof getting rescued by the national guard. Did you ever do the whole I told Giwa in the moment I really wanted to but he was trying to conserve power on his cell phone. There's a conversation for that down the road. And then of course, when you when I went and visited Houston little while after you know, they're all trying to clean up the house that's been gutted. And you know, trying to figure out how to get rid of the property all of that probably not the greatest time ever. Maybe. Now's a good time. One thing is not like George is gonna here's right now. Five hundred thousand without power. Right. Well, yeah. I don't think he's tuned into the show right now. Is that thing where you know, you're in other parts of the country going. Jeez. They were talking about this all week. It's really you. Don't want anyone to lose their life get hurt anything else. So I mean, if only some of the news stations had sent out there anchors and reporters to actually report from within the storm before it made landfall, they did you have a whole montage. This is the montage of them of them. Once it makes landfall I'm saying he'd actually sent him out on a boat to demonstrate how powerful this storm is a gigantic storm. You should have left when you had the chance. Yeah. We saw the image that. Yes, there was there was the dazzling coverage today, of course. Okay..

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"newburn" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on AP News

"Newburn because of flooding caused by Florence more than one hundred other people there remained trapped in their homes as the storm continues to batter the state Ed Rappaport with the National Hurricane Center says rain totals are staggering already seen over twenty. But as high as forty inches over the southern southeastern part of North Carolina and then a large area six to ten inches. Covering much of the northern part of South Carolina, people have been helping to get their neighbors out of the flooded homes. This man tells W TVD his home flooded while he was rescuing others get everybody out of there. And then came here once house went under water. Why didn't you meet why didn't they get that bad? I mean, the water's the air before but not up into the house Florence has been downgraded to a tropical storm. But the heavy rains continues as the storm is essentially stalled along both of those coasts secretary state. Mike Pompeo says is a Bama era predecessor John Kerry has been actively undermining US policy on Iran Kerry, Mike Pompeo, says a Bama era predecessor, John Kerry has been actively undermining US policy on Iran. Carey has met several times with Iran's foreign minister, former secretary of state engaged with the world's largest state sponsor of terror. And according to him. Right. I have to take my word for it. He these are his answers. It was it was talking to them. He was telling them to wait out this administration. President Trump accuses Kerry of breaking the law lawyers for the family of a man who was killed by a Dallas police officer who says she mistook his apartment for her own demand that she be fired attorney Lee Merritt, there's no place for her Dallas the city of Dallas needs to send out a message to there's no place for women like that. On the police force merit. Also accuses the police department of trying to assassinate Botham John's character after reporting that a small amount of marijuana was found in the search of his apartment. This is a P radio news. Investigators are trying to figure out the cause of yesterday's gas explosions and fires up to eighty homes which left an eighteen year old man dead in cities north the Boston AP's, Ed Donahue with more. Governor Charlie Baker got to look at the damage to homes in the Lawrence area. You look at the way that Jimmy came over..

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Bat tested positive for rabies at Grand Canyon

AP News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Bat tested positive for rabies at Grand Canyon

"Grand canyon. Visitors have been reporting uptick in bats along the Colorado river, and now one of those bats has tested positive for rabies. No one's known to have come in contact with the rabid bat. It was taken from phantom ranch in late August and tested rabies is preventable in humans if they seek medical treatment after being exposed to a rabid animal. It can be deadly. Otherwise, if you're visiting the Grand Canyon anytime soon don't approach or touch wildlife and report any animals that are sick or acting strangely. Health statistics show one hundred sixteen animals have tested positive for rabies around Arizona's so far this year. Most of those involved, bats, skunks and foxes.

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"newburn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For many until Sunday. Let's take a peek at the latest on the radar right now Wilmington right here. So you can start to see some of those heavier bands that were seeing. But imagine what it feels like a little bit farther north closer towards Newburg and up into morehead city. They're getting more intense bands, wrapping around the outer portion of that storm. And also that is where storm surge is a greater concern at this point. We're looking still at the potential for eight plus feet of storm surge in these areas. Even though this is now down to a tropical storm look at new. We'll get morehead city along some of the outer portions of North Carolina. And what we're going to be looking at is this storm works solely down to the south and west is still torrential rain. It's coming down fiercely look tomorrow, we're still talking about some intense thunderstorms as shift sell those intense thunderstorms shift south and west with it. And so now Wilmington will be getting what new Bern is getting right now. And that's how slowly the system is moving at an essentially at a crawl you could probably walk faster. We've got a three mile per hour forward speed on this thing at this point. And because of that we're expecting to find some torrential rains on top of what we've already had could see ten inches more in spots. Jeff. All right. Megan. Thanks very much. You mentioned Newburgh Newburn is dealt with a particularly bad situation today that is ninety five miles northeast of here and Kris van cleave. Is there Chris what's happening? Jeff Newburn is finally getting a break from the rain, but still getting strong winds, and there is water everywhere. Block after block has been swamped by Florence. And that has prompted a lot of people here to call for help. Hurricane-force winds. Brought a ten foot.

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"newburn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on KTOK

"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 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 the models have for instance, have another twenty inches of rain in Wilmington before this is done. So, you know. This this now sits there for twenty four thirty six hours and just keeps dropping rain like mad. I am seeing some pictures now of some destruction in new Bern Newburn 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. 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. When I see a pier demolished, it 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 in see the real the bottom line is how costly we hope there's no cost to human life, but how costly 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 blame images are coming in from new Bern North Carolina does show that the water the flooding is. Massive. We're definitely seeing that part of it, which is kind of like the ground zero area where I hit right? So I guess it's living 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.

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"newburn" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on WSB-AM

"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. But he's I guess people have been devastated we don't want. I guess we're not going to be able to assess the property damage until win tomorrow. Well, I 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 watering. Yeah, I'm looking at the the models have for instance, have another twenty inches of rain in Wilmington before this is done. So, you know, this this now sits there for twenty four thirty six hours and just keeps dropping rain like mad. I am seeing some pictures now some destruction in Newburgh Newburn 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. Still sandy. Yeah. I don't think you're going to see, you know, building. You don't see pepper sides. They build them to code now. So, but look I've been to Atlanta's a tree down, and there's a storefront that was blown open the head plywood on it. When I see appeared demolished, it 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 when it's all over they'll assess the damage, you see the real the bottom line is how costly is. We hope there's no cost to human life, but how costly 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 a leader of an army mobilizing an army determined to make sure that everybody was ready for this. And 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 back if it causes more look at that they didn't do their job. So the blame some images are coming in from new Bern, North Carolina. And it does show that the water the flooding is massive would definitely seeing that part of it, which is kind of like the ground zero area where I hit right? So. 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.

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"newburn" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I mean, the gusting has been as high as over a 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, we don't I guess what not? Going to be able to assess the property damage to win tomorrow. Well, I don't think we'll be able to really get in there. And look at it. You'll 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 I'm looking at the the models have for instance, have another twenty inches of rain in Wilmington before this is done. So you know, where you say that this is now sits there for twenty four thirty six hours and just keeps dropping rain like mad. I am seeing some pictures now some destruction in new Bern Newburn does look like it was hit pretty hard. I don't see things that have collapsed. But I do see a lot of windows broken. A lot of debris has flown over everything. Still standing. Yeah. I don't think you're going to see, you know, building. You don't see pepper size. 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. When I see a demolished, it 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 is. We hope there's no cost to human life. But how costly 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 when that bad if it causes more. Oh, look at that. They didn't do their job. So yeah. The blame some images are coming in from new Bern North Carolina does show the the water the flooding is. Massive. We're 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 sill 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 stand back and look at this, Sean.

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"newburn" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"It's on what we call the inner Bank. So it's west of those barrier islands. There were there have been hundreds of rescues in Newburn people that for whatever reason couldn't get out or didn't get out. There were a couple of hundred overnight a couple of hundred people that were rescued. Those rescue efforts continued into the earlier parts of fried of actually had to stop the rescue efforts at one point because the winds were so strong. They didn't want to put first responders in the way. So yes, there are people who who stayed, I imagine for several different reasons. And I think as we hear about a downed power lines down trees, they're going to be a number of people in different pockets of the coastal plains who are trapped and emergency folks are gonna do their best to try to get to them. To what extent do you find that people feel that there's been good. Coordination of effort, local state and federal levels to try to take care of this. From my vantage point, it seems like there has been a pretty good communication between the localities. So I mentioned that it back for example, that came from the governor. But at the same time, number of local counties have ordered had ordered evacuations in the days leading up to Florence. So it's been both a local effort and the state effort. And then as you think about the state and the yearbook farther to the west, we've had a number of shelters getting close to closer to two hundred shelters that are open now. And that's also I think Ben kind of local and state partnership. There's a big shelter open in Winston, Salem, North Carolina, a basketball arena. That's capable of housing up to about a thousand people, and that's the local state. And of course there is a a huge this, which is the federal government's involvement and the governor has said multiple turns. And so some of his, his primary officials that that coordination has been in step and that you know, they feel. Good about the support from FEMA up until this point that said WINCE's Jeff, Taibbi reporting sharing with us the the latest from a North Carolina as we go to air, Jeff. Thanks so much. I think it's worth pointing out to our listeners in the Carolinas and infected affected.

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"newburn" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Parts of North Carolina are under water. Hurricane Florence has just been downgraded to a tropical storm, but whatever its status it is doing some serious damage across the Carolinas. As we go to air, at least four people have died, including a woman and her infant child yesterday on the program, we spoke with one zero Haas Mr. Russia's fled, the coastal town of new Bern when he heard about the hurricane because he had lived through Maria in Puerto Rico. He urged others to do the same. Many did not heed that warning. Hundreds of people have had to be rescued in the last twenty four hours with many more still stuck in their homes. Jimmy SHA Harris is an older woman in Newburn. We reached her at home in Newburn earlier today, all women Harris. Tell us what's going on there right now in new Bern. Well, right now the winds are really bad. The sweating is really bad or all types of powerline trees down. But we do have our swiftwater rescue people out there trying to get the remainder of individuals that have called nine one one where there are literally on there or in the attic in their houses, almost over water invested in them right now. Have you got power. I just got my power restored. Literally speaking to you right now, that must be at least some relief given what you're going through. Yes, ma'am. It is. So give us some perspective here. When you're talking about the amount of water you're seeing, like how high is it compared to area buildings or cars? Okay. So downtown new Bern is probably about nine feet underwater from the storm surge. So the river, she's rising cries the water and it starts dot brain..

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"newburn" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on KPCC

"And at the end i don't think you would imagine i i would have felt much more exhausted i felt pretty pretty good actress can help find character through costume through kind of a set and i'm wondering your character is an artist and she works with these dioramas that over the course of the film without giving too much way become increasingly gothic and i'm wondering about working with these dioramas and the artists who create these kind of miniature models and scenes for you to work on as a character what does that give you as an actor when you have these beautifully designed and created miniatures that you as an actor are working on even become a little bit more and more disturbing they so intricate and the so lifelike and they represent so much in the film because it is and his work and it's her way of both controlling her world and exploring the world that she doesn't understand i think steve newburn and his team they also made the prosthetics in the movie the so talented and sitting down to work with them for the first time i had those incredible magnifying glasses and that kind of risk support and looked around what what do how do we do this and the thing is i could have done it anyway because everybody works differently so they will like just get into it you know so i decided you know painting and gluing and there was always like a specific place to work on h saying that was chosen by the props department.

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"newburn" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Not as i am now my father wallace connor that for will he's actually never retired my dad right now is eighty four years old and still doing multi million dollar transaction deal so he'll never retire but for many decades he was in the manufactured housing industry but it would still call it a day the mobile phone industry and i know out there in texas texas has got its share mobile phones or the best years of act that's how i met my wife carol anne which falls i moved out there when dad so he actually so over one hundred thousand homes to over one hundred thousand families in the mobile industry so i grew up around of horrible housing and i knew if i ever got out of the mobile home industry i wanted to get into single family homes and the reason and i'll make the shore the reason is because carolina has come really dear friends in newburn north carolina we're here in eastern north carolina in newburn and when they were like in their late twenties right at three years old they bought a fixer upper of with the wise fathers sale end in ninety days they pocketed almost thirty thousand dollars in profits back in the early nineties and i was struggling to make three thousand dollars profit on a single y and so that was my inspiration to get into this business end so actually die actually did my first deal it's actually been now fifteen years ago a girl join dinner i you'll rot your mortgage sit in north carolina jalen talk about that i do what did it look like for you.

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"newburn" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

This Unmillennial Life

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"newburn" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

"I know has raised young and welcome to today's show i'm really excited about today's program because i feel like the technology that we're going to talk about today is one of those disruptive technologies that i am braced very early on in the process and it has been life changing from me especially from the standpoint of travelling easier throughout the country in frankly throughout the world however it is the type of disruptive technology that i have heard from many of my unknowing you'll friends and colleagues that they're still uncomfortable with and that is for good reason there has been a lot of controversy in the news over the past year about the particular ridesharing service that we're going to discuss today buber so we'll address some of that at the end of the program but before we get into some of the controversy i want to set the stage for you in case you are new teuber or have never used over to really get a sense of how large this technology and service has become so let's just talk uber by the numbers how many people use it fifty million riders how many people drive for over seven million drivers how many uber trips have been taken and this number is as of june of 2017 5 billion rides buber's available in four hundred and fifty cities and on average there are one million uber rides taken each day i could do a podcast simply on what uber is as a ridesharing service but i'm actually pleased today to be able to offer a little different insight into burke by interviewing jesse newburn jesse is actually an uber driver herself so she's going to give her perspective about what it's like to be an uber driver but perhaps more interesting is the fact that in addition to being a driver jesse is also an author she's the author of several books five buber chronicles and has a background in seo digital marketing and is somewhat of an expert in at least and a fish.

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