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Long County implements curfew

POSTED: September 10, 2017 9:50 a.m.

Long County Emergency Management Agency Director Ed Brewer, Long County Administrator Frank Etheridge, and Long County Code Inspector Eric Petoff review a list of several churches that had been established as "Good Samaritan" shelters in Long County during the recent Hurricane Irma.

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The Long County Sheriff's Office is implementing a curfew due to Hurricane Irma. A statement released by LCSO Sheriff Criag Nobles said a mandatory curfew will be implemented in Long County beginning at 6 p.m. Sunday Sept. 10, through noon Tuesday Sept. During this time the only persons that should be out and on the roads are law enforcement and public safety personnel. 

The statement encouraged those staying home to remain indoors and away from the high winds and rain. 

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