Hurricane Matthew is one serious storm, and you’ll probably want to be as far away from it as possible when it hits the US east coast on Thursday. Florida Gov. Rick Scott already warned millions of people who are living in the evacuation zones of the imminent danger this massive storm poses. “This storm will kill you,” Scott said on Thursday morning.
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The governor ordered state offices in 26 counties closed, and tolls have been suspended.
Gov. Rick Scott of Florida told residents that "there are no excuses, you need to leave," saying that time was running out and millions of people on the East Coast would lose power.
Hurricane Matthew has triggered evacuation orders for more than 2 million people who live near the southeastern coast, which includes Florida, South Carolina and Georgia, as residents prepare for a direct hit from a storm that has a...
Florida Gov. Rick Scott said Thursday the gas supply is plentiful to evacuate before Hurricane Matthew hits, but he asked motorists not to t...
“There are no excuses,” Gov. Rick Scott of Florida told the 1.5 million residents in evacuation zones. “You need to leave. Evacuate, evacuate, evacuate.”