Hurricane Matthew Hits Bahamas, Residents Of Florida, Georgia & South Carolina Urged To Flee

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Oct 6, 2016 – Hurricane Matthew Hits Bahamas, Residents Of Florida, Georgia & South Carolina Urged To Flee

Residents of three key US states have been urged to start evacuating their homes as Hurricane Matthew is said to have killed 15 people in the Caribbean.

According to the National Hurricane Center, Matthew is likely to hit the Atlantic Coast as a possible Category 4 Hurricane packing at 185 kph.

Residents of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida have been warned not to remain at home.

10 thoughts on “Hurricane Matthew Hits Bahamas, Residents Of Florida, Georgia & South Carolina Urged To Flee

  1. I just hope this powerful hurricane mathew doesn’t descend on the US mainland so that their won’t be additional widespread destructions of properties and loss of life that has already hit Bahamas in the carebbean-south america..

  2. oh what a pit,we Nigerians are really enjoying a lot.despite all our Evil deeds God still protect us from all these problem befalling other countries.is not that those people are not living right, but We the Nigerians are living under the Grace of God.God will help us all. one love

  3. God have mercy please! How do they name these hurricane anyway? A storm this vicious and destructive should be named” Katherina ii”. It is a real shrew! Maajekodunni….”…………………………………….
    May such never happen to Nigeria IJN !!?

  4. Nigeria is lucky what of the flood that happened last month? It kiled and destroyed. My dear is everywhere.

  5. the first time i will be hearing about this type of incident…
    it is said that prevention is better than cure..it is better the people of this resident start evacuating as advised in other to keep their head safe.

    #cluless human
    #IT_CAN_ONLY_GET_BETTER

  6. U.S…sinful state…but sha…I sympathise with the affected people…beware of revelation hurricane…jst saying….Lol

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