Friday, September 24, 2004

Weary Floridians prepare for another onslaught: "Storm weary state emergency planners today said they have begun rushing shipments of ice, water, food and generators to supply depots on the east coast in preparation for Hurricane Jeanne."

3-Day Forecast Track"The only other time four hurricanes hit the same state in one season was in Texas in 1886, National Hurricane Center Director Max Mayfield said."

"As Florida prepares for its fourth major storm in six weeks, emergency response trucks are already rolling to restock supply depots in south, central and north Florida—at Homestead, Lakeland and Jacksonville—because no one is yet sure exactly where the storm will hit."

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