Gov. Ivey orders evacuations along Gulf Coast ahead of Hurricane Delta

Gov. Kay Ivey

Gov. Ivey is ordering mandatory evacuations ahead of Hurricane Delta.

Posted: Oct 6, 2020 3:31 PM
Updated: Oct 6, 2020 3:50 PM

Gov. Kay Ivey on Tuesday issued a supplemental State of Emergency ordering mandatory evacuations along the Gulf Coast ahead of Hurricane Delta.

Delta is currently a category 4 hurricane.

Ivey issued this statement about the evacuations on Tuesday:

“Working with local leaders in Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Dauphin Island and the unincorporated areas of Ono Island and Fort Morgan, it has been determined that all visitors and tourists should proceed with a mandatory evacuation of the Alabama Gulf Coast starting first thing tomorrow morning. This is for their safety and well-being, as well as for the safety and well-being of locals who are working to prepare their communities in the event Hurricane Delta tracks more easterly.

“Unless you are a local resident with a hurricane pass or have a pass or decal that has been issued to contractors, property management or other businesses working in response to Hurricane Sally, this mandatory evacuation notice should help us prepare for the worst, even as we hope for the best.”

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