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Cuomo sends state resources to North Carolina to help with Dorian

The storm is also spawning tornadoes, leading to this damage in Brunswick County. The storm is also spawning tornadoes, leading to this damage in Brunswick County. | Photo: Twitter / WECT.

September 05, 2019 11:19 AM

Governor Cuomo sent state resources down to North Carolina ahead of Hurricane Dorian to assist in response and recovery efforts.     

Governor Cuomo deployed state resources to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands last week. Earlier this week, he deployed resources to Florida.

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The team includes 21 fire protection specialists, six forest rangers from the Department of Environmental Conservation, and six members of the Division of Homeland Security.     

They packed up their gear and underwent a medical checkup before leaving for Raleigh.

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