Earl Path

September 2, 2010 by staff 

Earl Path, Red Cross volunteers left yesterday morning. It is part of an effort to staff before the position & supplies due to Hurricane Earl. Evansville will be promoted in Dedham, MA and be one of the 150 vehicles ready to serve to the impact of the storm. Red Cross representative Greg Waite prayer shawl on the trip on Thursday morning on AM Evansville. Click the link will be watching to see that segment.

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Earl hurricane approaching the East Coast
(Miami, FL) – A monster storm heading towards the east coast.
Hurricane Earl continues to be one of the major category four storms as it continues its march toward the coast dangerous this morning with sustained winds of 140 mph and higher gusts.
Although it remains uncertain landfall, the hurricane center Earl is expected to pass near or over the North Carolina outer banks tonight, then move to the Delmarva Peninsula by Friday.
That prompted mandatory evacuations and a declaration of emergency for the state of President Obama.
The declaration authorizes the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA to coordinate disaster relief efforts related to Hurricane.

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