What it's like riding out Hurricane Sally on small Alabama island

Hurricane Sally’s strong winds whip through Ono Island, Alabama, as resident Robyn Choinier hunkers down in her home while the 5-mile island floods.
2:27 | 09/16/20

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Transcript for What it's like riding out Hurricane Sally on small Alabama island
And joining us now on the phone or Robin schline here is riding out the storm in her home in Ono island Alabama. Robin good morning to you how are you. I'm pretty Elliott. I'm I'm I'm good but I luckily dry and not in the middle of a hurricane so. That talk a little bit about what the scenes like they're right now. Well have a look at the backpack that they don't canal and about the canal is not about it beef up its primary. I think in the backyard about the my back porch and in big thank you look at the front did not lift them up front doors so that pretty much an island built myself right now. Now are other people in your area also writing this out or did most of vacuuming. They can't get many people say here on Ono island Ben part of the worries that because if we believe sometimes that it. Ounces. And it I have a pretty strong alto and knew how it's pretty strong ally than to worry about. She's been writing it out. Are you worried about any of your neighbors. I'm always worried about my neighbors but it gave cheek. It's actually checker with check and I'm from Canada but it stick with him then also good neighbors down the street happened checking it within. You teach your buddy a panic. A Robin this is a slow moving storm that's one of the big things that we keep hearing is bringing the dangers. A flash flooding in and just regular flooding at that how worried are you about the water. I'm not in my hair but I am worried about a lot of people on the island could I do about them bloom period and in the eighty people and Orange Beach. And miss our second date their squatter penalty a whole lot audience. And until the very small island Italy but. Apparently acted bit that is under water. Rod and we're looking at your house right now you can see the wind hitting against the trees we see the rain coming in sideways. Oh what does it look like from your vantage point or are you away from any windows at this point. I am pretty total doesn't get a look at the action at the kind of storm. And you really can't put it quit it the kind of thing is very very rough that they had broken treatment each. Art adopt Nancy. Predators get robust and limit. That I haven't seen those until a couple of bits get back in. All right Robin trying year from Ono island where risking your safe journey through this storm thanks for checking in Robin. Thank you got my appreciate it stay safe.

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