Those in the path of Hurricane Florence are getting some help from Panama City

PANAMA CITY, Fla. – Those in the path of Hurricane Florence are getting some help from Panama City. Gulf Coast State College is collecting donations to provide emergency relief necessary to aid in the cleanup and recovery process in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, forecast to bring strong winds and life threatening flooding, as it hurls toward the Carolinas. Donations can be dropped off at any GCSC campus, including the main campus in PC.

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PANAMA CITY, Fla. – As Hurricane Florence targets the Carolinas, local first responders are being deployed to help. Twenty-five ambulances and five command vehicles from around Florida will help with evacuation measures and relocate 600 patients inland from coastal hospitals, mental health facilities, and other at-risk areas. They plan to be there for at least one week, officials said. Nineteen people and three emergency response vehicles from the American Red Cross in the North Florida region have already been deployed with more on standby.
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