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Beaufort County: Shelters Closed

    Publisher's note: We have and will do a series of these posts until the storm has passed or I am out of power.

For Immediate Release:

    At 9:00 am Friday July 4, 2014 Beaufort County will close Northside High School Shelter, Southside High School and Beaufort County Animal Control Shelters.

    Damage assessments this morning indicate no major damages to structures, or roadways and power will be restored to 99 percent of all Beaufort county residents by 5:00pm today.

    John Pack, Emergency Services Coordinator would like to thank the citizens of the county for their patience, planning and preparations for Hurricane Arthur.

    For more information please call Beaufort County Emergency Services, (252) 946-2046.

    Contact: Lisa Respess
     Emergency Services Specialist

    Beaufort County Emergency Services
     1420 Highland Drive
     Washington, NC 27889
     (252) 946-2046 Office  •  (252) 975-6802 Fax  •

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