FEMA Confuses Charlestons


A South Carolina health official said his colleagues scrambled Tuesday when FEMA gave only a half-hour notice to prepare for the arrival of a plane carrying as many as 180 evacuees to Charleston. But the plane, instead, landed in Charleston, West Virginia, 400 miles away.

 

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One reply on “FEMA Confuses Charlestons”

  1. It’s an easy mistake to make. I was once walking to my bedroom and I ended up in my living room by accident. They both end in ROOM, see, so I got confused.

    It could happen to anyone.

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