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 No.670811

REAL.video, now serving millions of video minutes each week thanks to thousands of user channels that are posting videos every minute, will be featuring Hurricane Florence videos as “Editor’s Picks” from Friday through Sunday.

In the spirit of citizen journalism, we’re encouraging everyone in the affected area to:

1) Join REAL.video to create your free account. Use this link to join now: https://www.real.video/dashboard/requestInvitation

2) Record videos of what’s happening in your area.

3) Find usable bandwidth and upload those videos to REAL.video and share with others.

We will be monitoring REAL.video to pick and highlight the most informative Hurricane Florence videos, and we’ll be sharing them and posting on social media in the interests of public safety and the dissemination of on-the-ground information that can help others navigate the approaching disaster.

Weather experts are widely predicting a frightening array of effects from the storm, including:

Extreme flooding

The release of toxic substances into the flood waters

Severe infrastructure failures, including long-term power outages

Impassable roads

Extreme shortages of bottled water, local food and emergency supplies

Overwhelmed emergency responders

The shut down of nuclear power plants

Extreme wind damage from 130+ MPH winds

Citizen journalism can help alert people to local events that aren’t being covered by the conventional media. Citizens can often capture video footage of residents needing to be rescued, alerting authorities to people who are trapped by floods or collapsing buildings.

At REAL.video, we will be working overtime to post and share these videos as quickly as possible, in the interests of public safety.

One video channel called Big Bang Videos has already begun posting public safety alert videos: https://www.real.video/channel/bigbangvideos

https://archive.fo/MEzYh

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-09-12-citizen-journalism-real-video-to-feature-hurricane-florence-videos-friday-saturday-sunday-join-upload-and-help-others-stay-safe.html

 No.670812

>>670811

Unprepped Sheeple Are Fighting Over Food As Authorities Warn Florence Could Produce A Disaster Comparable To Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Florence is about to make a “direct hit” on the east coast, and public officials are making one ominous declaration about this storm after another. Florence is being called “extremely dangerous”, “a monster”, “the worst in 60 years” and “the storm of a lifetime”. By the end of this week we shall see if this storm lives up to the hype, but at this point it is definitely an immensely powerful storm. Hurricanes of this magnitude very rarely come this far north, and panic is starting to set in all across the mid-Atlantic region as people realize that this is really happening. Over a million people are in the process of evacuating, and it is being reported that there is “fighting for food” at the stores that still have some supplies left…

“It was chaotic! Oh my goodness, long lines!” said Fatimah Spivey.

Reilly Norman described it as “a mess in there; it’s wiped out clean.”

The water aisles were especially bare — empty shelf after empty shelf.

“We came around 1 and all the waters were gone,” said Blake Swain. “Now, it’s just people fighting for food.”

Interestingly, federal officials actually conducted a “simulation” that involved a category 4 hurricane hitting the mid-Atlantic region back in late April and early May…

Just months ago, disaster planners simulated a Category 4 hurricane strike alarmingly similar to the real-word scenario now unfolding on a dangerously vulnerable stretch of the East Coast.

That “simulation” produced “catastrophic damage” along the east coast, and as a result some experts are now concerned “that Hurricane Florence could produce a disaster comparable to 2005’s Hurricane Katrina“…

A fictional “Hurricane Cora” barreled into southeast Virginia and up the Chesapeake Bay to strike Washington, D.C., in the narrative created by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Argonne National Laboratory.

The result was catastrophic damage, which has some experts concerned that Hurricane Florence could produce a disaster comparable to 2005’s Hurricane Katrina and in a part of the country that is famously difficult to evacuate.

Let us hope that does not happen, because New Orleans still has not fully recovered from Hurricane Katrina after all this time.

https://archive.fo/NYcAe

http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/people-are-fighting-for-food-as-authorities-warn-florence-could-produce-a-disaster-comparable-to-2005s-hurricane-katrina


 No.671018

actual news bumparoo


 No.671224

If anyone lives near where these storms are taking effect and can post videos, do so, Youtube may take them down if they expose any kind of corruption so post to real.video instead.


 No.671286

485,000 Without Power As Florence Makes Landfall, Major Structural Damage Reported

Update (10 am ET): North Carolina officials report that over 485,000 customers are without power.

UPDATE: More than 485,000 customers now without power in North Carolina, officials say. https://t.co/WJLP3kY827

— NBC News (@NBCNews) September 14, 2018

#Wilmington currently in the eyewall of #Florence - winds gusting 90+ mph pic.twitter.com/7sFyyZM33D

— Alexandra Wilson (@TWCAlexWilson) September 14, 2018

A tarpaper roof is ripped from the top of a retirement building in downtown Wilmington as Hurricane #Florence batters North Carolina. https://t.co/cNwCYSli5G pic.twitter.com/ioDuV3YQcT

— ABC News (@ABC) September 14, 2018

We are getting nailed by #hurricane force winds and blinding rain at Wrightsville Beach. We should be penetrating the calm eye soon, current barometric pressure 964mb and falling. #Florence pic.twitter.com/3QXWyuWSEQ

— Mike Theiss (@MikeTheiss) September 14, 2018

The sun rises on the US East Coast as Hurricane Florence makes landfall in North Carolina. https://t.co/WJLP3kY827 pic.twitter.com/JyZaGoMAJk

— NBC News (@NBCNews) September 14, 2018

Update (9 am ET): Florence has officially made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. Landfall occurred around 7:15 am, bringing blinding rain and winds of up to 90 mph. In New Bern, a coastal town near the eye of the storm, hundreds of people are awaiting rescue, per the New York Times.

Here's the most recent update from the NHC, which was issued shortly before the eye of the storm came ashore:

NEW: #Hurricane #Florence has made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina at 7:15 AM EDT (1115 UTC) with estimated maximum winds of 90 mph (150 km/h), and a minimum central pressure estimate of 958 mb (28.29"). https://t.co/tW4KeGdBFb pic.twitter.com/vzpe6MjTf9

— National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) September 14, 2018

After making landfall, the storm has slowly drifted to the southwest along the coast of southeastern North Carolina.

*EYE OF HURRICANE FLORENCE WOBBLING SLOWLY SOUTHWESTWARD NEAR THE COAST OF SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA : NHC

Some are already speculating that the storm could make a second landfall near Myrtle Beach.

FLORENCE UPDATE | Could Florence make a second landfall? pic.twitter.com/FTRSN2KnSp

— FXBGWeather (@FXBGWeather) September 14, 2018

Latest on #Florence: Storm made landfall earlier this morning in North Carolina. Strong winds, storm surge, and very heavy rainfall continues. The flooding threat from heavy rain is only beginning, and will get worse through the weekend across parts of The Carolinas. #wfaaweather pic.twitter.com/tv5CHa17uV

— Kyle Roberts (@KyleWeather) September 14, 2018

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster warned that the driving rain could trigger mudslides in some areas as the storm, which is almost as large as the combined territory of the Carolinas, could linger over the states for days.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-14/im-not-going-lie-im-scared-300000-lose-power-hurricane-florence-makes-landfall


 No.671526

>>671224 (This)


 No.671546

such news


 No.671805




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