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- Publication Date: May 5, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B071HK77NT
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My Hurricane Andrew Story: The story behind the preparation, the terror, the resilience, and the renowned TV coverage of the Great Hurricane of 1992. Kindle Edition
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Bryan was that voice - first on television, then on radio - that explained what was happening and how to stay alive.
While this book certainly reopened wounds from the storm and aftermath, it is required reading for anyone living in coastal areas.
The takeaway from this book should be to be prepared and do not take warnings lightly.
We were prepared for a hurricane, but we were not prepared for Andrew. All the supplies in the world are meaningless when they are sucked out of the house.
Although it has been 25 years since Andrew, many of us still pace the floor when we are awakened by wind and rain at night.
My family and I were thankful that Bryan warned us of the possibility of taking a direct hit while others brushed the storm off as just another close call.