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Uncategorized – Page 2 – Emergency Management Notifications

**Update** Hurricane Irma

As of 10:58 AM, the track has made a slight change.  Iram will still make landfall in the Keys and make a northwest shift in Georgia.  However, while favorable, this current forecast doesn’t mean SC isn’t out of the woods.…

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**Update** Hurricane Irma

As of 7:40 AM, Hurricane Irma has weakened to a Category 4 hurricane.  Current storm track predictions have her making landfall sometime early morning hours Sunday, September 10, in the Florida Keys.  It’s projected to continue up the center of the Florida…

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**Update**Hurricane Irma

Administrative leadership met today at 4:00 PM to discuss Hurricane Irma and the impact she will have on our facility. What We Know Hurricane Irma remains a strong Category 5 hurricane with sustained winds a 175 mph, moving WNW at…

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Hurricane Irma

Please see the below for information regarding Hurricane Irma. What we know: Hurricane Irma is a strong category 5 hurricane, with 185 MPH sustained winds.  As of this afternoon, several models used to predict a hurricane track is predicting landfall…

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Weather Event (Possible Flooding)

Public Safety is currently monitoring local weather conditions for possible flooding in the local area.  The hospital stands ready to serve the community as needed.  For personal preparations please ensure that you have your medications with you, cell phone with…

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Tropical Storm Erika

According to the 3PM conference call with the South Carolina Hospital Association, “Erika” is moving WNW at about 15 mph and is expected to hit South Florida sometime Monday morning.  It is expected to lessen in intensity before making landfall. …

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Tropical Storm Erika

Public Safety is continuing to monitor Tropical Storm Erika’s progress.  The SC Hospital Association will hold a 3:00 PM conference regarding this storms current track and the impact on South Carolina.  Public Safety will provide an update following the conference.  

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