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our state, and you have to take this seriously. >> brand new projections show hurricane irma on a path that could devastate florida. meteorologists say miami is now in the worst possible position. over night new hurricane warnings for coastal areas. we have the very latest on hurricane irma's track. >> it's friday, september 8. 3:00 a.m. in the east. and we begin with the national weather center issuing a
hurricane warning for florida. it includes the florida keys and the florida bays. you see the track there. >> storm surge warnings also issue said in coastal communities. those surges could reach 10 feet. mandatory evacuation orders for parts of miami county, broward county, low-lying areas. >> georgia governor ordering a mandatory evacuation of anyone east of i-95. and that includes the state of savannah. and in south carolina a mandatory evacuation order takes effect at 10:00 eastern time. >> now, president trump has declared states of emergency in florida, puerto rico and the u.s. virgin islands.
slamming turks and caicos over night, and now it is heading for the bahamas. >> i just want to say that the window in which you can safely leave florida, certainly south florida is closing rather rapidly. we have a category 5 hurricane. we know already that gas has been limited or nonexistent at a number of service stations. you can expect power outages, expect floods. there's going to be lots of wind damage. why not leave? that is just good advice. noi to turks and caicos onward. slit the difference between the bahamas and the cat island, those are islands going to be on the right front portion of this
hurricane. and because of that that's when we potentially see tornadoes, very strong storm surge. it's not 185 mile per hour, but we see these different fluc look at this. now we've got all the of the bahamas, the northern coast of cuba also west palm beach, martin county, dade county all involved with millions of people in the line of danger. and what the mayor said days ago was a nuclear hurricane. it is. we haven't seen anything like this in recent history. it was hurricane andrew back in 1992. a lot of people weren't even born then to remember the devastation from that. all right, here we go.
these are hurricane warnings out for south florida. i do bant to get to the computer models. but right now 5 to 10 feet storm surge, meaning that water gets pushed up onshore. this is the rpm. this tells us where the water will be. this is going to be a bit of a different depiction of what happens with irma. but there you can see approaching the southeast quadrant of florida. the entire florida peninsula will be engulfed by some form of irma. whether you see hurricane force winds, tropical force winds, the flooding, but it is going to be devastating. and it starts to make a little bit more of a turn towards the west. all right, here is our european model. the european model is updated. brings it in towards the florida keys. it's just a little bit to the west side of this and then brings it up more towards tampa.
but the american model has it just to the east of center. so either way, there's really not much difference. 50, maybe 75 miles difference between the two. but either way you've got a category 5 hurricane now. could be category 4 by the time it makes landfall. when is landfall? right now computer models are saying saturday night, possibly sunday morning. it is moving quickly, but it is such a strong system. in recent history, we haven't seen anything like that. >> it's just going to swallow florida. and we should remind people. it's important to point out your window to get out is closing. but if you're one of those moving away from this storm, you're still going to need supplies. we know it's going to be days of trouble after this.
a gallon a day per person is what everybody really needs. >> and even if it takes that right turn, you're still in hurricane force winds. last year the three county area that stretches from miami to palm beach tops 6 million people for the first time. it shows rapid growth since 1992 when hurricane andrew hit to area. you can see here state governor rick scott warning people to get out fast. >> we cannot save you when the storm hits. we cannot -- just remember this. once we're in evacuation order, get out. we can't take care of you in the middle of a storm. >> the administrator from monroe county making it clear all hospitals will be closed. all will be closed and ambulances will be gone this morning. if you dial 911 in monroe county, no one will be there to
answer. isa soares live in miami. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. the message there is very big. get out if you can. it seems most are heeding those warnings. what we have seen today is long lines as people make their way north. it's almost like you're watching a mass exodus. people have packed up. super market shelves are mainly empty as i walked into one super market today. tin foods, water, crackers, bread, that's all emptied out as people prepare not just for irma's powerful arrival but also what mele ahead as many advising it could be weeks before we get any sort of electricity up and running. the point you touched and that
it petrol. as people make their way north, pack up their goodies, close up their shops and really just hunker down, they are trying to get petrol on their way out. but they're coming face-to-face with very long lines. so in order to mitigate this and facilitate this, police are coming in, helping. and the hope really is that will get the fuel moving, that that will get the lines moving quicker so people can get out. the fortunate part here, what the mayor said, let's keep it moving, stay safe, but get out is an important point. meanwhile, weave additional 13 shelters that are being created here in miami. that's additional to the eight already in place. one of those i'm being told is
fully stocked and no place in one of those for animals. it is going to be a powerhouse of a storm. and where i am here in miami beach, as you can see it's absolutely empty. it is in many ways very desolate. christine, dave. >> it'll be a warm, sunny day in southern miami. but that is literally the calm before the storm. thank you for that. >> joining us on the phone -- heading to the mandatory evacuation center. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> what made you decide to heed the warnings of your governor? many there are staying. and what are the conditions like as you tried to evacuate? >> we chose to evacuate because it's way too dangerous to stay. our travels actually haven't been too, too bad. getting out of the keys have
been -- it was actually easy peasy for us. and we hit traffic probably around naples, and then it was just solid traffic from there. so that's really added to the life of our trip. >>o you're in two cars. your husband's traveling in one car with the dog, the other car with the cat. you want to get out with your pets. where will you stay? we're told so many of the hotels are really booked up now. yes, that was the initial problem deciding where we were going to evacuate to. almost every hotel we called didn't have vacancy. and because we have pets, that makes it more challenging. so we finally found a hotel in alabama, and that's where we're headed. >> that's great. many people just decide to stay because of their pets. good to hear you are getting out. what's the mood in the neighborhood before you left? were people like you heeding the
warnings of the governor and public officials or were some people deciding to hunker down? >> our immediate neighbors, everyone was leaving. everyone was boarding up and packing up and getting out as far as they could. >> yeah, this storm is so big. i mean a lot of times people in florida, they feel like they've seen tropical storms, they've been through this. but it's pretty clear, dorothy, right, this is a monster the likes of which we've never seen before. this one is twice as big in terms of area. >> i'm actually from canada, so we don't get hurricanes there. so this is a first for me. >> you said not just people heading out but boarding up. what are the preparations you had to make to your home and others around you had? >> well, we've put up all of our shutters. we moved anything that we could
inside our house. just praying that our house is still standing when we get back and we still have a roof. >> well, we hope your house is just fine. but the most important part is you decided to make the right decision and get out of the way of this storm. you, your husband, your pets best of luck to you. >> thank you. >> beautiful florida keys. people from canada, the northern part of the united states, there's a reason why people move there because it's so gorgeous. >> this is the other side. >> that's the other side. it's only a matter of time before hurricane jose moves in. we're going live to the bahamas next. the original call was for langoustine ravioli. a langoustine is a tiny kind of lobster. a slight shellfish allergy rules that out, plus my wife ordered the langoustine. i will have chicken tenders and tater tots. if you're a ref, you way over-explain things.
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all right, welcome back to our continuing coverage of hurricane irma. category 5 still churning across the southeastern bahamas over night. it continues tracking towards florida. joining us via skype right now in the bahamas, good morning to you. what are you seeing there? it looks relatively calm. >> yes, it looks relatively calm. but it's pitch-black in the middle of the night. there's the atlantic ocean. and the ocean has been rising since a day we arrived here two days ago. we arrived and it was a paradise picture with calm, shallow water and really beautiful. and now we feel irma is arriving. yesterday people were all
rushing up and preparing for the worst, trying to get as much water, food as possible and trying to take shelter. and now this morning we can definitely understand what this was all for. irma is arriving here. the winds are picking up where and the water just behind me is getting noisier and noisier and coming up from the sea. >> what the are options in terms of evacuation? is there higher ground to seek there? how are people getting off and taking cover? >> yes, we're currently in the northern most part of the b bahhaman archipelago. those islands were evacyuted yesterday and the day before. the government has proprovided shelters in the capitol right here and inland. and all those people who have
houses and live closer to the shore have been asked and advised to move towards the center. of course these islands are not big islands. we're talking about small, tropical islands in the middle of the ocean. and if the sea rises up to 20 feet as we can expect, these things can get very, very serious here. >> hurricane irma leaving a path of devastation. thanks so much. >> four people have died in the u.s. virgin islands as a result of hurricane irma. that brings the total of storm related deaths to ten. this of what we're going to show you is part of the devastation here. a bridge connecting the virgin islands and haiti washed away. >> the governor warning everyone on the island not to test mother
nature. >> hunker down. stay where you are because you can't go out because the winds are just strong. nobody can get to you, either. >> we'll have a live report from turks and caicos later on in the program. a $15.2 billion hurricane harvey relief plan. all five living presidents together to help hurricane harvey victims. and the effort is likely to extend to irma as well. listen to this. >> people are hurting down here. >> but as one texan put it, we've got more love in texas
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this storm has the potential to catastrophically devastate our state, and you have to take this seriously. >> get out while you can, that's the message from florida officials. weather experts call this the once in a generation storm. new hurricane warnings issued over night. we are live in miami. welcome back to "early start" everybody. i'm dave brigs. >> and i'm christine romans.
and issuing hurricane warnings. >> storm surge warnings also being issued in coastal communities. those surges could reach 10 feet. mandatory evacuation orders now in place for parts of miami county, dade county, beach county and low-lying areas and monroe county. >> it's not just florida. georgia governor issuing a mandatory evacuation for those east of i-95. and in south carolina a mandatory evacuation order takes effect saturday morning 10:00 eastern time in coastal counties including charleston. >> irma holding strong and a category 5 storm slamming turks and caicos over night, and now headed fatowards the bahamas.
wreaking havoc there through the caribbean, karen. but all eyes on florida. when and where do we expect it to make landfall in. >> i am so glad you asked me that first. because we can tell you all the computer models and who's doing what differently and what they say. here we are early friday morning. we go into early saturday morning. still not going to make landfall. maybe saturday night, maybe sunday morning. that's our window. so there's 48 hours right there. the window is closing so fast for you. if you're deciding at the last minute, we're going to leave, that window is shutting down pretty quickly. all right, this is european model, and this one has a lot of data put into it. let's just split the state right down the center. so the track is going to take it what looks to be according to this computer model, just to the
west of center as opposed to the north american model. and there we go. moves on in to south eastern florida, and there's miami right there. just on the eastern side of that spine of florida. but either way this hurricane is so large it encompasses essentially the state of texas. if you were to draw it, that's the size it would be. so no one left in florida is going to go unscathed. now, it depends on just the intensity. what part of the herb cane are you going to be in? it's hard to say because the difference between these two models is not very big. right now 165 mile per hour winds. not 185, but we're still back over open waters here, going to interact a little bit with land. but, yes, these southern counties of florida especially in these coastal area, mandatory
evacuation. they can't come get you if something bad happens because already the roads are clogged, gas is a problem, food is a problem, electricity will be a problem. the flooding will be a problem. we've got a lot of problems. and those are the kinds of things you'll have to deal with if you're left behind. this is the rpm. and the rpm is different. there we go. it pushes that water onshore, 5 to 10 feet. so already we're inundated in a lot of these coastal areas. we saw wilma back in 2005 and hurricane andrew back in 1992. already this is a deadly and enormous nuclear hurricane, as the mayor of miami said just a couple of days ago. >> karen, how far in either direction do hurricane force winds extend? say it does split the middle of florida, how wide do those 160
mile an hour winds extend? >> the last i connected it was about 35 miles from the center. so we're looking at the better part of 80 miles. i don't know what the diameter of the center is right now, bu we're getting another update from the national hurricane storm center. these winds can knock down trees, knock down power lines, shingles come off of roofs. there's just a lot that's going to impact the state. >> tropical storm force winds. what we're talking about here is something much, much more deadly. thank you so much, karen mcginnis. millions of people in florida in irma's path. last year the three county area topped 6 million people for the first time. we've got time lapse video of the region. it shows rapid growth since
1992. the governor rick scott warning people to get out fast. >> we cannot save you when the storm hits. we cannot -- just remember this. once we're in evacuation order, get out. we can't take care of you in the middle of a storm. >> the administrator for monroe county making it clear all hospitals will be closed. all of them. ambulances will be gone by this morning. they also warn if you dial 911, no one will be there to answer. good morning to you. what are you seeing in the way of evacuations? looks like a ghost town. presumably it would be at 3:30, though. >> reporter: very much. b and particularly in this area. it would be out with people drinking, partying, a clubbing
scene usually at this time. but it is like a ghost town. it is very, very desolate. and what we have started to see is really mass exodus from here. people going north, packing up and going north. and people have been closing up their shops. they have bip boarding up their windows, closing their doors with wood, as much as they could. and they've been going to the shops, filling their cars with good such as tin food, food, crackers. shuper market shelves were absolutely empty when i went here today for basic goodies. and also what we started to see are long lines. and that really has been one of the major problem as people try to get out of the eye of the storm. we've seen long lines of people trying to get petrol so they can get out, but unfortunately they have been stuck in those lines for hours.
in order to facilitate that and mitigate that problem, dave, what we have seen is the police pretty much coming in and patrolling fuel tanks to these petrol stations. even offering to help out the petrol station so workers can leave. so they're trying to keep the fuel flowing so people can move out quicker. of course, all this as some 650,000 people have evacuated and as the eye of the storm nears closer. as i talk to you, the winds are picki picking up. and i'm starting to feel a bit of spitting, rain just spitting on us right now. >> live for us in miami. stay safe. thanks so much for your reporting. >> let's bring in the city manager for north miami city. he joins us live by telephone. just north of miami by just ten miles. nice you could join us here this
morning. what kind of preparations are underway where you are, sir in. >> good morning. we've been preparing actually since last saturday when we saw the storm coming. we've been going through our emergency management plans, locking down our facilities, ensuring that weave our assets directly after the storm. making sure all our citizens have the appropriate information and clearing, you know, as far as evacuations and really just preparing ourselves to deal with the matter after is usually when we go into action. >> what is your warning to your residents, and are people listening? do you see people hunkering down and trying to wait out this devastating storm? >> well, the pre-warning is to prepare yourselves. be ready to sustain yourselves for at least 72 hours.
after the storm, again, be prepared to sustain yourself for at least three days while we clear the roads and assess and be able to get people out. as far as evacuations, we're telling them an evacuation order has been issued, please heed it. please evacuate. because once we're in the storm, you will not be able to come out safe. >> we know hurricane harvey was devastating because of so much rain. this looks like a wind event here for you. we're talking about sustained winds. 180 miles per hour for so long. we've never seen a category 5 with winds like that for so long. what are you warning people about in terms of flying debris?
i know you said you're getting all the trash and debris out of the streets now. what are you telling people in preparing for the wind? >> we've been actually in the prior days and today as well, don't put anything else out. we've actually brought in extra crews to try and get any of that debris out of the way, pick up the bulk trash, the palm fronds and all that stuff that can be projectiles. i lived through andrew here back in the '90s and lost my home. so i'm very clear what can happen in one of these wind events. we're just beating it into the the heads of our citizens. you guys need to keep the streets clear, hunker down and be ready to ride out the storm. >> one of the most difficult parts of the evacuation is what we're seeing there. not just traffic but gas stations are running out of gas, reporting that a third of gas
stations in miami were without fuel yesterday. what is being done to remied that, and how do you get gas to the people that want to get out? >> we've been really just heeding the warnings of the governor and county mayor. any of those gas stations that reports there is gas, actually put those particulars on our information that we push out on our social media platforms, facebook page and, you know, really just kind of dealing with the public ourselves. i actually had to drive about five miles out of the city just to get gas a couple of days ago myself. >> prepare for at least 72 hours if you're hunkering down if you're staying there. that means a gallon of water per person per day you're expecting. others are suggesting more than three days of supplies. even if you're in north florida where you're receiving friends and relatives at your home, you
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water within 15 to 20 hours. we expect the bahamas are getting ready for the arrival of irma. these people are used to herb canes, actually. this is an island that has dealt with them in the past. but everybody on the island is saying this time is very much different, and they've never seen something like this approaching. >> certainly when you look at the sustained winds, 180 miles per hour for so long, each hurricane update we get from the national hurricane center shows this storm not diminishing, not wobbling at all. stefano, please stay safe and we'll talk you very soon. >> four people have died in the u.s. virgin islands as a result of hurricane irma. sadly, this is just part of the devastation. a bridge connecting the dominican republic to haiti washed away by the category 5 storm. they say heighty not prepared
for the storm or its aftermathch. >> a hurricane warning also issued in turks and caicos where conditions rapidly declined over night. the mayor warning everyone not to test mother nature. >> hunker down. stay where you are. the winds are far too strong. nobody can get to you either. people will have tee be a little while on their own. >> major concerns in the energy industry. there are two nuclear reactors in the predicted path. both of these nuclear facilities are shutting down this weekend. turkey point nuclear generating station is located just south of miami in homestead. and the st. lucy nuclear power plant is up the coast in a barrier island on jensen beach. they're among the strongest in
the u.s. they have been designed to withstand heavy wind and storm surge. turkey point's nuclear reactors survived a direct hit from hurricane matthew in 1992 but suffered millions in damage. at least 36 gas stations in the miami/fort lauderdale region is without fuel. panic causing long lines. he's urging gas stations to stay open as long as possible before the storm hits. a senior republican aide tells cnn the house will vote this afternoon on a hurricane harvey relief package. the measure also includes the debt ceiling and funds for the government over the next three months. >> meantime five presidents
joining forcing to help harvey victims. >> hurricane harvey brought destruction but also brought out the best in humanity. >> our friends in texas, including president bush 41 and 43 are doing just that. >> people are hurting down here, but as one texan put it, we've got more love in texas than water. >> we love you texas. >> mr. trump thought included in the public service announcement, but he did tweet hisport for the initiative. some breaking news. at least three people now reported dead in a powerful 8.1 magnitude earthquake in mexico. the quake triggering a tsunami, but the threat appears to be minimal at this hour. police reporting some damage. we'll bring you the latest as we get it.
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that was cnn exclusive of the russia investigation, special counsel robert mueller's team approaching the house tolert view staff members onboard air force one when the initial misleading statement was written about trump, jr.'s meeting with the russian lawyer, wanting to know who was involved. on thursday donald trump, jr., told senate judiciary staffers he did not recall the details of white house involvement in the response to his 2016 meeting. now, cording to sources he did not know much about the air force one meeting that allegedly led to the production of the misleading statement. >> the ninth u.s. circuit of appeals has narrowed the scope
of the travel ban. some exempt for the ban including certain refugees. the ruling takes effect in the middle of the next week. in june the supreme court allowed the ban to take effect pending an appeal involving individuals with a bona fide relationship with the u.s. it's not clear what the justice meant by bona fide. the supreme court will hear the legal challenges to the travel ban in october. partly due to a drop in the u.s. dollar, the two hurricanes, worry about north korea, a whole soup of concerns here. shares of equifax taking 13% of free market trading. that's after the company exposed a huge data breach that could
affect huge amounts of you. 182,000 people involved in credit disputes also had their information compromised. the stock had been a strong performer this year of 20%. the company will not be contacting you to let you know it lost control of your information. if it had, you might not have even known it had. instead you have to sign-up for its free credit monitoring to find out if your info was stolen. amazon planning to open a second headquarters in the u.s. it will employee as many as 50,000 people. and now the race is in between cities to try to get amazon to move there. pittsburgh is already a testing ground for self-driving cars and robotics. tax benefits being handed out like cards in vegas.
now with the latest projections for irma. this storm has the potential to catastrophically devastate our state. you have to take this seriously. >> new projections showing hurricane irma on a path that could devastate florida. meteorologists say miami is now in the worst possible position. overnight, new hurricane warnings for coastal areas. we'll have the latest on irma's track. also the latest on that 8.1-magnitude earthquake in southern mexico. welcome to "early start." i'm dave briggs. >> i'm christine romans. friday, september 8th. 4:00 a.m. exactly in the east. let's begin with the national hurricane center issuing a hurricane warning for southern florida. this extends from juniper -- jupiter inlet on florida's east coast southward around the peninsula to bonita beach and including flat keys and florida bay. >> storm surge warnings also being issued in coastal