Government officials are urging more than 2 million people to evacuate their homes as Hurricane Matthew approaches the U.S. coast from the Caribbean.
Forecasters warned that the storm could bring 10 inches of rain and raise sea level 9 feet above normal due to storm surge. Those who stay behind are putting their lives in danger, officials said.
Evacuations so far have included areas in Florida, South Carolina and Georgia. Here are state-by-state sources to help you determine whether you should evacuate.
Florida’s Division of Emergency Management
Office of Georgia Governor Nathan Deal
South Carolina Emergency Management Division
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