North Carolina Residents Anticipate Hurricane Irene

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Hurricane Irene has made its way through the Caribbean and is traveling to the eastern shore of the United States. In North Carolina, communities like Ocracoke Island have been evacuated. But many residents are still waiting to see whether Irene will be hitting their town.

Kathy Pettit, owner of Hatteras Water Sports in Salvo, and Steven Long, owner of the Golden Sands Motel, in Carolina Beach, speak about the conditions in North Carolina.


Steven Long and Kathy Pettit

Produced by:

Kat Thornton

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