Arizonans are urging their loved ones to get out of FloridaTop Stories

September 09, 2017 16:39
Arizonans are urging their loved ones to get out of Florida

While Hurricane Irma’s landfall in Florida will take place roughly 2,000 miles away, this powerful hurricane is having a big impact on Arizonans too.

Arizonans are concerned about their loved ones in Florida urging them to leave Florida as early as possible.

Linda Zigon, who lives in Chandler, is very much concerned for his three cousins and a good friend. They all live in varying parts of Florida and each one of them is choosing to ride out of Hurricane Irma.

“Get out, get out while you can please,” Zigon said as a message to his family. Your family, your friend’s love you get out. He also said that his family and friends are being overly confident about this approaching Hurricane.

Many Arizonans are worried about their families and friends struck in Florida. A Phoenix man says he is essentially stuck in Hurricane Irma’s path.

“I’m scared about this whole thing,” said Brian Dowling, who is staying in Boca Raton for work.

Dowling says some of the locals in Florida initially showed little concern about approaching Hurricane but when the level of concern picked up, Dowling says it was too late to get out, adding that flights and buses and cars are either booked or cancelled.

At this moment right now is it’s eerie with a sense of anticipation, Dowling said.

He says he is planning to ride out hurricane from the apartment he is staying

By A.s

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