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New Jersey Sends Additional Personnel To Assist Hurricane Florence Rescue Efforts

New Jersey Sends Additional Personnel To Assist Hurricane Florence Rescue Efforts New Jersey is sending 16 additional New Jersey Task Force One (NJ-TF1) members, 6 rescue boats, and 5 vehicles to assist with Hurricane Florence rescue efforts.

The New Jersey Task Force One members headed to Morganton, North Carolina late Saturday night after a request from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

The NJ-TF1 team that departed New Jersey on Sept. 10 is currently staging in Kinston, North Carolina.

Even though Florence was downgraded to a Tropical Depression, flash floods and swollen rivers are not expected to crest until Tuesday.

An additional NJ-TF1 member was deployed to South Carolina to help with rescue efforts.

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Author: https://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2018/09/16/nj-additional-personnel-assist-hurricane-florence-rescue-efforts/

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