Hurricane Matthew: How People are Helping Each Other

Find out how affected communities are pulling together to help each other, plus learn what you can do to help out.
2:11 | 10/07/16

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The very latest on hurricane Mathieu the storm bringing out the best in people along the coast. Volunteers racing into health handing out water offering rooms to evacuees. But the fact ginger in Melbourne Florida with all of those details did a good morning. Hey good morning seeing me yet whether it's simply just the power Alfred day is. Or that catastrophic damage that could still happen in places north of here in the Georgia and South Carolina. People are gonna need your help. As hurricane Matthew barrels along the Florida coast it's all hands on deck. More than twelve million people were bracing for the storm. Overnight Twitter exploding with the hash tags train for Florida. Urging those on the front lines to take warnings seriously those ominous clouds looming over the sunshine state the gusty winds one woman tweedy. She's prepared for the worst and praying for the best stay safe everyone but it's not just water bottles of sandbags another major concern British evacuees go for. Get our best how to accommodate everybody has we know it. Something I can't help. In Easter at her hotel manager North Carolina saying her hotel is already full so she's calling others for help pick out these people coming in from the pro consumer trying to get him. Online air BB creating a disaster response tool offering free states across South Carolina Florida and Georgia. We have folks that come Charlotte office and one of their hands dirty get really involved in the trenches and what we do you and on the ground volunteers getting ready to jump roping and folks all policy US community usually sent out to help the folks here that are being affected by. Heard he Matthews I'm a volunteer our sound absent to make up a financial donation if you wanted to donate your time there are several different chapters across US right now they're doing what we talk Justin I'm. Trainee so we're teaching. Folks about. How to shelter residents and Red Cross shelter so that you have that expertise. That you can it be able to help in your local community. I have to say it was so cool to see people are always concerned about pets in these situations. And this hotel that Wheeler and head. As many pets as it did people also great to see that folks kept them went and the hotels allowed the pets come in there.

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