Hurricane Dorian is moving north after lashing the coast and outer banks of the Carolinas. In the meantime, Georgians are moving back to their homes. In the end, hurricane-force winds only edged along the state’s coast, causing less flooding and havoc than predicted.
Still, the impact on the economies – and lives – of the areas east of I-95 that were under mandatory evacuation remains, along with plenty of evidence that those orders were ignored.
We spoke about the storm’s aftermath with Emily Jones, reporter at Georgia Public Broadcasting’s Savannah bureau, who’s been covering the storm for days.
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