Florida’s governor has issued a deadly warning that may be hard for some to fathom. Governor Rick Scott said that the storm surge Hurricane Irma brings with it “will cover your house.” Scott warned that this hurricane’s storm surge will take lives if people are in its path. “It flows in fast, very fast. You will not survive all this storm surge.” This is one of the biggest worries for anyone who stayed behind in an area that is under a mandatory evacuation, according to ABC News.
Officials warned more than 6 million people in Florida and Georgia to leave in the few hours before the first major effects of the storm hit.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) is urging residents and tourists to take Hurricane Irma seriously, warning that the record-breaking storm is “bigger, faster and stronger” than Hurricane Andrew, which devastated the state 25 years ago.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott said Saturday evening that South Florida was already experiencing tropical storm force winds as the Category 3 hurricane moved toward Florida's west coast. Continue reading ? The post WATCH: Florida Gov. Rick...
The Latest on Hurricane Irma (all times local): 10:15 a.m. Florida's governor is warning residents that storm surge of up to 12 feet in places will inundate houses. Gov. Rick … Click to Continue »