New Jersey: A school bus and dump truck collided on a New Jersey highway Thursday.
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or even those like the Duplasses (Duplassi?"The five children of Harold Newman, The new moons, after first responders were unable to reach her after she requested emergency services for a heart attack First responders weren’t able to reach her in time due to fallen trees that blocked roads according to Tammy Proctor a spokesperson for Pender County where Hamsptead is located “Emergency crews were not able to get to her because of all the downed trees in the roadway” Proctor said in a statement “They were using a front end loader to clear the roads During that a tree went into the windshield of that equipment” The Associated Press reports another person died while plugging in a generator according to the governor’s office The North Carolina emergency management department on Friday warned people not to operate generators if their power goes out #FlorenceNC safety tips:– STAY INDOORS Do not venture out during the storm– Do NOT drive or walk through stagnant or moving floodwaters – If your power goes out do NOT operate gas powered generators or charcoal grills in or near your home– Have your emergency kit ready NC Emergency Managem (@NCEmergency) September 14 2018 Tropical Storm Florence prompts rescue missions across North Carolina As Hurricane Florence landed in North Carolina Friday morning calls for help from people trapped in their cars in their attics and on rooftops poured in In New Bern North Carolina where forecasters say the Neuse River could experience 11 feet of storm surge more than 150 people were reported to be trapped late on Thursday The city’s official Twitter account urged residents to move to the upper floors of their homes “WE ARE COMING TO GET YOU” New Bern said By Friday morning Craven County where New Bern is located had already received more than 100 calls from people who said they were trapped in their homes and in vehicles public information officer Amber Parker tells TIME Some residents have reported that they are trapped in their attics and on their roofs as storm surge has flooded the lower levels of their homes Hurricane Florence made landfall outside Wilmington North Carolina about 7:15 am on Friday as a Category 1 storm National Hurricane Center Five county swift-board teams as well as the “Cajun Navy” from Louisaiana are attempting to rescue everyone they can “But with conditions with the way they are there are some area where it’s just not safe to perform rescues” Parker says She adds: “You have wind high water rushing water downed trees and downed power lines not to mention its dark out” All of the areas where calls for help have come were under mandatory evacuation orders beginning at 2 pm on Tuesday And this is just the beginning Parker says “Right now we have extreme flooding and storm surge We have wind and rain We have Hurricane Florence just sort of hovering over the area right now and we expect it to continue doing that for some time" she says The storm is moving inland at a speed of 5 mph and conditions are likely to deteriorate as it pushes its way southwest along the coast Friday through Saturday The center of the storm is expected to move further inland across southeastern North Carolina and eastern South Carolina in a west-southwestward direction Florence was downgraded from a Category 1 hurricane to a tropical storm Friday evening and now contains maximum sustained winds of 75 mph with higher gusts But the National Hurricane Center is still warning of life-threatening storm surges with as much as 11 feet of ocean water expected to cover the Carolina coast Officials warn of massive flood risk Rescue workers from Township No 7 Fire Department and volunteers from the Civilian Crisis Response Team use a boat to rescue a woman and her dog from their flooded home during Hurricane Florence in James City NC on Sept 14 2018 Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Authorities’ main concern with Tropical Storm Florence is massive storm surge and extremely heavy rainfall rather than high winds As the slow-moving storm moves over the Carolinas it could pummel towns with more than 3 feet of rainwater Jim Trogdon the North Carolina transportation department secretary said residents should expect a 500 to 1000-year flood event Trogdon warned people not to travel on flooded roads and said several roads in Pamlico and Craven counties are flooded Most of the flooding comes from storm surge he said @NCDOT_Trogdon: Significant impacts to Pamlico a& Craven counties Several major & secondary roads are flooded We believe that travel right now is extremely hazardous and will worsen Impacts right now are primarily from storm surge 500 – 1000 year flood event is anticipated NC Emergency Managem (@NCEmergency) September 14 2018 The National Weather Service warned Friday of the threat of long-term river flooding well inland as rainfall continues from the storm The flooding will come in addition to the storm surge and flash flooding expected along the coastal region “This storm will be a marathon vs a sprint” NWS tweeted Friday This storm will be a marathon vs a sprint In addition to the ongoing dangerous storm surge and flash flooding will be a long-term river flood threat WELL INLAND as very heavy rainfall continues to fall in the coming days Consult https://tco/VyWINDk3xP for the latest pictwittercom/1xijRfQQQ3 NWS (@NWS) September 14 2018 Accuweather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski said that residents near Wrightsville should expect to continue to get very heavy rainfalls throughout the weekend "There is potential for several more inches of rain probably well over 2 feet of rain before all is said and done" Kottlowski tells TIME "Rainfall totals change dramatically there are now reports of close to 18 inches" Kottlowski said Florence will probably not be the largest single rain event in the county that honor goes to Texas Hurricane Harvey which got 60 inches of rain But he predicts Florence will bring a maximum of 40 inches of rain to the East Coast "The storm is still going on so there is no way to say if this is potentially the biggest rainstorm in the US but it is very possible Florence could set record rain totals in North Carolina" he said "The important thing here is that Florence is doing what we predicted it would" he said "Its crawling and slowing down so that area is going to see two to three more days of rain" He said the constant downgrades to the storm system can be deceptive and that storms whose wind speeds slow down still cause major damage in terms of storm surges and flooding the biggest danger to people "Category refers to wind" he said"and that is just one component of a hurricane More people die from storm surge than any proponent of hurricanes Florence may be weakening but will have large storm surge" Cooper said the state can expect “several more days of rain” About 200000 North Carolina residents have relocated to more than 100 shelters he said @NC_Governor Cooper: We are expecting several more days of rain and our focus is to get people away from immediate danger We will then focus on helping people get their lives back together #FlorenceNC #HurricaneFlorence #ncwx NC Emergency Managem (@NCEmergency) September 14 2018 North Carolina residents react as Hurricane Florence lands Clemmitwykie Green 36 of Jacksonville North Carolina says he and his family did not have a way of evacuating because their truck is broken down And because his 59-year-old mom didnt want to leave town he didnt want to leave without her So Green his wife and two kids one 5-years-old the other three-months old are still in town Green who walked two miles to his mom’s house around 2:30 pm on Friday in order to check on her tells TIME he was unable to find her and assumes she was evacuated from the area "My uncle had told me that the last time he spoke to her was 12 this morning No one has been able to get in touch with her since because the power went out" says Green who called 911 but was not sure if anyone was able to reach his mom Green 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