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Because it's off-season, the park was not filled to capacity.About three residents were still trying to find hotel rooms on the mainland to shelter through the storm, Muench said.We try to keep it concern more than worried,” said Doug Kiesel, 61, of Gulf Marine Ways, a family shipyard that has been on San Carlos Island just before Matanzas Bridge since the 1950s and been through multiple hurricanes dating back to Hurricane Donna in 1960.“It’s very guarded concern for the boats in the yard, for the people, for the community.”One island west, on Sanibel, most residents from Perinwinkle Park, a mobile home community, had already fled Hurricane Irma, and traffic leaving the island Friday morning was orderly.There was a line out the door for hours as families registered for a spot to wait out hurricane Irma.
If they hadn’t already left the area, it was too late to try, warned Gov. With highway arteries including I-75 blocked at major interchanges, Scott urged people to pull off and look for a local shelter instead."There's a shelter open in every county," Scott said. If you have been ordered to evacuate, and are still home — please go," he said.His wife was at her job in Cape Coral, but he had just called her and told her to come home. Oak Hammock Middle School has become an emergency storm shelter for residents in the area.Those still on Fort Myers Beach sounded prepared, not panicked."Today is the day to do the right thing for your family and get inland to safety." Oak Hammock Middle School has become an emergency storm shelter for residents in the area.
Dalissi Nunez of Fort Myers gets herself and her parents signed into the emergency shelter at Oak Hammock Middle School Friday morning.
Jose Garcia helps his wife Olga Celio with her wrist band needed to get into the shelter the rest of the weekend.