Anchors evacuate TV studio while on air during Hurricane Florence

A tornado warning prompted by Hurricane Florence caused staff at Wilmington, North Carolina, ABC affiliate WWAY to rush from the studio.
0:55 | 09/16/18

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OK guys we we're gonna have to stop coverage right now because yeah he has got hit Torre safe sound right now so please take shelter. And we'll get back TC is we can't. Make it felt there here. Condemning that they like feeling mean anything that made fun ideas though aggregate report and that point is. Radar right now on death and 59 yards his upgrade yeah. That. We started hearing the wind really coming whipping over the building and I looked at the apple Lothian job. Jumped up and we got everyone. Into a small room we do what were fading from more. Damage on the roof right now coming into the studio but we're okay it looks like. We met. We hear an excellent. Eight early and Hank Aaron on parents galleries in.

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