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  • Hurricane Irma: ASL interpreter translates information inaccurately at Florida presser

    As officials at the Manatee County Emergency Operations Center told residents that there would be a mandatory evacuation for residents in Zone A, its ASL interpreter translated 95% of the information provided inaccurately. A version of the video has since been created with an interpretation of his signing.

As officials at the Manatee County Emergency Operations Center told residents that there would be a mandatory evacuation for residents in Zone A, its ASL interpreter translated 95% of the information provided inaccurately. A version of the video has since been created with an interpretation of his signing. Manatee County Government
As officials at the Manatee County Emergency Operations Center told residents that there would be a mandatory evacuation for residents in Zone A, its ASL interpreter translated 95% of the information provided inaccurately. A version of the video has since been created with an interpretation of his signing. Manatee County Government

Hurricane Irma signing was 'horrible and embarrassing,' says deaf interpreter

September 10, 2017 6:50 PM