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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Governor Perdue Declares state of Emergency in North Carolina for Hurricane Earl



RALEIGH – Gov. Bev Perdue today issued Executive Order No. 62 to declare a State of Emergency for North Carolina in advance of the arrival of Hurricane Earl.

The order calls for all state and local government agencies to cooperate in the implementation of provisions of the North Carolina Emergency Operations Plan. The order also delegates authority to Crime Control and Public Safety Secretary Reuben Young to take “actions necessary to promote and secure the safety and protection of the populace in North Carolina.”ovisions of the North Carolina es Emergency Operations Centerthe Administrtaion Building, 116 W. Jones SDt., Raleigh.egency ergency

The N.C. Division of Emergency Management is working with local emergency managers to respond to the potential effects of Hurricane Earl. Ferry Services is running extra routes from Ocracoke Island for evacuations. All other ferry service is on normal operations. An emergency shelter is open in Pitt County at North Pitt High School in Bethel.


I posted an update on Hurricane Earl earlier this morning.

Specific information for North Carolina residents can be found at the NC Dept of Crime Control & Safety.

Weather information can be found via the National Weather Service. (just click on the map for info regarding the area you are interested in learning more about)

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