EX-PAT ADVISORY- Check on loved ones in the US as deadly Hurricane approaches Eastern coastline

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“Go now!”: The United States authorities implored on Wednesday, September 12, to leave the risk areas before the arrival of Hurricane Florence, which threatens to hit the east coast of the country in the next 48 hours with the power of a punch by Mike Tyson.

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East Coast of the United States on high alert due to Hurricane Florence
Washington DC, declared in a state of emergency by Hurricane Florence
United States awaits Florence, a potentially catastrophic hurricane
“Get out of the way, do not play with him, it’s a big one, maybe the biggest one you’ve seen, and with huge amounts of water,” said President Donald Trump, assuring that the federal government is prepared in view of the strong rains, swells and floods predicted.

Some 1.7 million people are affected by evacuation operations, which began Tuesday in the states of South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia, the most threatened.

READ MORE:https://www.prensa.com/mundo/Vayanse-alerta-Unidos-huracan-Florence_0_5121237842.html

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