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-- Delaware democratic governor Jack -- on the phone with us right now governor how -- things that in your neck of the woods -- So giving the -- traveling.
You know -- A struggling like tell these other states were seeing significant still flowing very concerned about power outages because these storms going to be here for a while high sustained winds difficult for the utilities to put people up so.
You know until people they can be without power for a week -- more.
Really -- weaker more diverted across the board is not only your folks are been saying that what makes and so sure that obviously they see something bigger event.
Then then your average storm.
The -- there's two -- things first of all it could be sometime.
Before they can actually I get their people out bucket trucks and and sick and fixing things.
And -- and -- that there's number one number two disputed.
-- -- People who have -- -- problems is so big it's gonna take get although they've got people coming -- to help them from.
Other parts of the country.
It's just stay you know it's a lot of different houses to get -- You know -- you talked about -- -- bullet out on around that's it your population governor had to move middle -- take up temporary shelter -- of the floods there is dead I mean.
We're talking about thirteen -- surges along the New Jersey coast obviously that could go.
In anywhere from three in the 400.
15100 -- so.
Oh we are a lot of homes a lot of condos one that -- where people might not be returning to their homes.
For quite sometime to come in Delaware do you have an early number on how many might be dislocated.
Did well he had.
We we we try to evacuate up to 50000 I can play for people who know the beaches here beautiful beaches and -- Around Dewey beats the -- debate as the debate is now meeting the ocean right on top over one.
It is significant -- we've got a fantastic team of foot -- -- emergency responders throughout the stated we're working around the clock.
I don't know while I have you and I know your -- -- do appreciate your taking the time.
Let's say power's out right through Election Day.
Any contingency plans -- -- you're folks are coming up with had to deal with that what to do.
We're going to be turning our attention to that the next day or so you know we could discuss some what you do it right now we are turning our attention what happens next and you know -- The idea that it could go another eight days without power -- obviously a bit of big deal but it's something that we can't ignore.
All right knew that you've heard his right governor thank you then they'll put.
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