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(Studio: David Muir; Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina: Rob Marciano) The states of emergency on the East coast as Hurricane Florence nears the Carolinas with a landing on Thursday discussed; weather maps & forecast track with the pier on the beach in North Carolina shown.
(Studio: David Muir) The evacuation orders for parts of three states introduced.
(Folly Beach, South Carolina: Steve Osunsami) The preparations in South Carolina & North Carolina featured; scenes shown of cars in line at the gas station, Navy ships sent to sea, flooding on Hatteras Island. [North Carolina Governor Roy COOPER, two sandbagging PEOPLE, South Carolina Governor Henry McMASTER- comment on Florence.] The evacuation process discussed.
- Muir, David;
- Marciano, Rob;
- Osunsami, Steve
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