Preparedness for Hurricane Irene
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North Carolina - Was in harms way & more On Aug 26th 2011, The Eastern portion of North Carolina is expected to receive the first land fall of the massive category 3 Hurricane, over 200,000 people were under mandatory evacuations yesterday morning through the afternoon.
Wide, powerful, and slow-moving, Hurricane Irene is expected to crash ashore in North Carolina on Saturday with winds of 115 mph, and millions of people along the Eastern Seaboard are bracing for what could be a historic storm.
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This uprooted tree is leaning on the power lines which pretty much saved this house from utter destruction.