We want to ensure that our communities in Florida are able to access reliable transportation for evacuations from #HurricaneDorian2019. We're offering rides to local shelters through our Wheels for All program.— Lyft (@lyft) September 1, 2019
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INSIDE THE EYE OF HURRICANE DORIAN - #NOAA42 Kermit flies through Category 5 Hurricane #Dorian on 09/01/19 morning mission (credit: Ian Sears, NOAA). Forecasts and advisories at https://t.co/3phpgKMZaS, preparation tips at https://t.co/ZUC1oGAvw6 #FlyNOAA pic.twitter.com/iclEmItCtb— NOAA Aircraft Operations Center (@NOAA_HurrHunter) September 2, 2019
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