Amanda Meek, left, of Bradenton sat down with her sons, Cameron, 5, and Christopher, 6, not shown, and explained to them why hurricane winds howl so they will be prepared. The family is evacuated to Prine Elementary School, which was approaching 1,000 evacuees by noon Sunday.
Amanda Meek, left, of Bradenton sat down with her sons, Cameron, 5, and Christopher, 6, not shown, and explained to them why hurricane winds howl so they will be prepared. The family is evacuated to Prine Elementary School, which was approaching 1,000 evacuees by noon Sunday. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com
Amanda Meek, left, of Bradenton sat down with her sons, Cameron, 5, and Christopher, 6, not shown, and explained to them why hurricane winds howl so they will be prepared. The family is evacuated to Prine Elementary School, which was approaching 1,000 evacuees by noon Sunday. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com

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