Hurricane Ike Killed 40,000 People In Texas In 2008

“All neighborhoods … and possibly entire coastal communities … will be inundated during the period of peak storm tide,” the advisory said. “Persons not heeding evacuation orders in single-family one- or two-story homes will face certain death.

http://articles.cnn.com/

Bill Read, director of the National Hurricane Center in Miami, estimated there were about 140,000 people in the smaller, “certain death” zone. About 70 percent of those residents evacuated. That left nearly 40,000 people to contend with the worst of the storm surge.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/

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3 Responses to Hurricane Ike Killed 40,000 People In Texas In 2008

  1. Brian G Valentine says:

    This doesn’t happen anymore, thanks to President Zero’s climate healing powers.

    I don’t understand why Dumbocrats are trying to legislate the weather – apparently they have no faith in Zero’s abilities?

    What an insult

  2. Andy DC says:

    Ike was the last real landfalling hurricane. It is hard to believe, 4 years with no hurricanes. Only phantom storms in the middle of nowhere.

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