Florida officials were counting their blessings on Wednesday after Hurricane Dorian bypassed the northeastern escape, bringing rain, winds and power outages, but without much danger as the storm moved north.
"To scream that we dodged a bullet for the storm can be an underestimate – clearly we dodged a missile," said Volusia County manager George Recktenwald at a record data conference on Wednesday afternoon, while the remaining effects of the storm continued to have an impact on confidence. the gap.
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Recktenwald talked about the fact that the fire crews made a visual inspection of the county, which contains Daytona Seashore, and found no danger from the storm.
The sheriff of Flagler County, north of Volusia County, spoke of no further assessments of the necessary structural hazard and injuries. "At this point, I think we can all breathe a reduction order," said Sheriff Rick Staly.
The storm hit the Bahamas as a Category 5 storm, a devastated fragment of the island nation and is blamed for at least 20 deaths over there. The death toll was expected to rise, commented Bahamian Health Minister Duane Sands.
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Volusia County President Ed Kelley talked about officers ready for the worst and expected the ideal on the Florida coast, and sent his thoughts and prayers to those affected in the Bahamas.
“Our thoughts and prayers now go out to our southern Bahamas neighbors. The devastation they had is what we expected and planned, ”said Kelley. "And you also look for how contaminated this is."
Evacuation orders from several Florida counties were suspended late Wednesday, the emergency administration command division said.
Florida Emergency Management Division Director Jared Moskowitz talked about an ad that while the threat of the storm has come under command, Florida remains in high season and he urged residents not to be complacent anymore.
"I am relieving all residents of being ready and proceeding to weather all storms severely," Moskowitz said.
Although Florida escaped Dorian's wrath, the storm continued to pose a threat to the southeast. At 10 pm Wednesday, the heart of the storm, which had more sustainable winds of 110 mph, used to be spherical 160 kilometers south of Charleston, South Carolina, according to the National Hurricane Heart, and rain bands. were spreading all the gimmicks that Carolinas successfully before the storm.
It used to be the transfer of either the method or the escape of that command on Thursday and it was the method or about North Carolina fleeing Thursday night or Friday.
Analysts are warning of up to eight-finger storms alongside fleeing parts of South Carolina and up to seven fingers in parts of North Carolina.
North Tybee Island, Georgia, had wind ratings of up to 49 mph, and Folly Seashore, which south of Charleston, had a file of 57 mph strong winds since the storm from 18:30. Wednesday, the weather service spoke.