FEMA: US evacuations may be required for Earl
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- Federal officials say evacuations may be required in the U.S. if Hurricane Earl tracks too close to the East Coast.
Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator Craig Fugate said today that people along the eastern seaboard should be prepared in case evacuations are necessary later this week.
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