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FEMA official: 'Hurricane Florence is a very dangerous storm'

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FEMA associate administrator for response and recovery Jeffrey Byard warned residents of the Carolinas and Virginia region to prepare for the strongest storm "in decades" when Hurricane Florence makes landfall on Thursday. More than one million residents are currently under mandatory evacuation.