Tonight a state of emergency in Alabama and along Florida's west coast, residents bumper-to-bumper trying to escape before hurricane Michael makes landfall. Hurricane Michael is a monstrous storm and the forecast keeps getting more dangerous. Supplies and gas already on high demand. I'm gassing up to make sure I can get home. Satellite photos revealed the fast-moving hurricane taking shape with the edges of the growing storm, drenching the far western edges of Cuba.
Emergency managers in low-lying Gulf County Florida taking no chances, ordering a mandatory evacuation. Businesses, schools and universities closing beginning tomorrow. I want to get things done. You'd ever get the propane and extra water and you know make sure everything is taken care of by time the storm actually comes. With the final path unclear, residents across the state bracing for what could be a dangerous and destructive storm.
They turned fire hoses on the people and drenched them.