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FEMA Head Fugate Warns East Coast Residents To “Make Sure You Have A Plan Today. You May Not Have Time Later On This Week If The Storm Moves In Your Direction.”

August 31st, 2010 · No Comments

FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate interviewed earlier today on “Good Morning America” (below) warned residents of the eastern seaboard to “make sure you have a plan today, You may not have time later on this week if the storm moves in your direction.”

He told Robin Roberts that people who live in evacuation zones need to plan to evacuate if necessary, have a destination now and follow the storm closely. For those who need guidance in creating an emergency plan, he suggested checking Ready.Gov.

FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate interviewed on “Good Morning America” today about Hurricane Earl.

Fugate has also been tweeting “Hurricane 101″ tips, including most recently: “if you evacuate, take your pets with you. looking for a hotel that takes pets”

Earl and Fiona Take Aim at U.S. East Coast

Earl and Fiona Approach East Coast (Photo: NOAA)

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