EMERGENCY SUPPLIES SELLING-OUT ALL OVER FLORIDA

EMERGENCY SUPPLIES SELLING-OUT ALL OVER FLORIDA
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People throughout Florida are wiping-out store inventory of water, food, and other supplies as Hurricane Dorian approaches.  Efforts to re-stock are in full emergency mode as lines of tractor trailers careen into Florida trying to supply a population which is quickly getting desperate.  

As seen in the photo below TARGET stores are completely out of water:

This WALMART in North Tampa is also wiped out of water:

 

This scene is repeating itself in store-after-store throughout Florida:

As of Thursday Morning, gas stations are quickly RUNNING OUT OF FUEL:

Whatever gas stations still have fuel are seeing heavy demand at their pumps:

 And look at this . . .  lines JUST TO GET IN to the COSTCO store n Davie, FL:

Hurricane Dorian is turning into a Monster of a storm out in the ocean.  As of Thursday morning at 10:00 AM eastern US time, weather experts report "there is nothing in terms of wind shear, land obstacles,  or water temperature, standing in the way of this storm becoming a Monster Category 5 hurricane before landfall over Labor Day Weekend. THIS IS THE WORST CASE SCENARIO FOR A HURRICANE AND WE"RE GOING TO GET THIS WORST CASE SCENARIO THIS WEEKEND!"

Here is the latest from the National Hurricane Center as to the storm's location, strength and projected path:

This is the EURO super-computer model from Thursday morning:

 

If you have not yet fueld-up your vehicles and filled spare fuel containers, you'd better get to it RIGHT NOW.

If you have not yet purchased Emergency supplies you'd better get to it RIGHT NOW.   Folks should have:

Emergency Water (1 gallon per person, per day, for a week)

Emergency Canned foods: (Meats, tuna fish, etc.)

A manual CAN OPENER!!!!!!

Emergency Medicines (Only things you must take every day to live)

Flashlights (1 for each member of your household)

Portable radio for news and official information

SPARE BATTERIES for flashlights and portable radios.

Spare fuel for vehicles and/or emergency electric generators which need fuel to run.

 Some way to COOK; Propane gas grill or charcoal barbecue grill with lighter fluid.

DON'T WAIT.   If you wait, things will be sold out.

 

UPDATE 11:10 AM EDT --

Water selling out as it arrives..Seminole..Publix and BJ'S..still have some but very spotty.

Generators still available..Only the pricey ones left..Home Depot and Loews..

 

 

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  • This commment is unpublished.
    William Bermudez · 19 days ago
    I also recommend having dry goods (pasta, rice, etc.) in the pantry as well as honey; never goes bad if sealed properly.

    Good luck, guys.
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    Bob Lashway · 20 days ago
    I hear you Kevin. I live in panama city florida. Just got the house put back together from hurricane michael. Now I'm seeing that there are some possible tracks that would bring it here. Can't win
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    Kevin Burger · 20 days ago
    I must be a hurricane magnet. every time I go on vacation to the south a big hurricane hits. I go visit family in NC and Mathew hits it, I go on tdy to Tyndall and another, got to Georgia/Florida line for a wedding and now this one. WTF lol
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    John Robert Mallernee · 20 days ago
    I live in (VERY!) rural Utah, surrounded by mountains and high desert, so hurricanes are not a concern.

    However, in case of some other unforeseen emergency, I purchased this useful survival preparation device from the AMAZON web site.

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