If you’ve ever wanted to save money in a hurricane, you’ve got a lot to think about.
That’s because hospitals in Florida are getting hit with an unprecedented amount of damage.
At least 6 million people have been evacuated from their homes, and thousands of lives are at risk.
For some, the storm could have been worse.
It could have killed tens of thousands of people.
It’s not clear how much damage to hospitals in South Florida will be, but a recent study by the Florida Association of Hospitals and Clinics found that in some areas, nearly 80 percent of hospitals are “unable to operate.”
For now, the most important question is: How much do you need to pay to keep them operating?
If you’re thinking of moving your family out of your home, you probably need a little extra cash.
We’ve compiled a list of places that have been hit hard by Hurricane Irma.
It might not be as glamorous as saving your family from death, but you’ll save money and save a lot of heartache.
You can’t save money if you don’t have money.
There are no easy solutions, but if you need help figuring out how much you need, our team at Save Money Florida offers an easy and affordable way to get the information you need.
North Carolina 1.
Hurricane Irma hit North Carolina, and it left a hole in the economy that could easily be filled by another hurricane.
As of Monday, more than 3 million people are homeless, and some people are going without food and water, according to the Charlotte Observer.
That means many are homeless because they don’t know where to go or how to pay their rent.
That also means many of those living in shelters aren’t going to be able to afford a place to stay, and that means more than 1,000 people are currently sleeping in shelters, according the Charlotte Journal-Dispatch.
The state’s governor said in a statement on Monday that more than $1.3 billion will be needed for the first phase of hurricane recovery, but most of that will be covered by the federal government.
A new federal housing program that funds temporary housing in the state will be open to all displaced people.
“As we assess our recovery, we must also recognize the human cost of this devastation,” Gov.
Pat McCrory said.
“The cost of rebuilding will be enormous.”
For many, the cost of housing in a shelter is the biggest factor that will determine whether they’ll move.
“It’s not easy to find a place, or a place that you can afford,” said Beth Miller, a shelter manager with the Shelter Alliance of North Carolina.
Miller said that she’s been sheltering with her husband, who is a nurse practitioner.
“My wife’s been living in the shelter since it opened,” she said.
The shelter has been open for about six months and has had to take on more than 300 people, but Miller said she’s had to wait months for housing to become available, which is “like waiting for the world to start raining.”
She said she has been living with her three young children in the home she shares with her two young sons.
“We’re trying to be there for each other, but we’re not going to stay in a home that we can’t afford,” Miller said.
Miller is currently homeless, but she’s planning to find another home soon, and she hopes that people who have been displaced will be able find a new place.
Ohio The Ohio economy has been hard hit by Hurricane Irene.
It has been one of the hardest hit states in the country, and people who are displaced have been left to their own devices.
According to a statement from the governor’s office, about 11,000 Ohioans have been without a job since Hurricane Irenee hit.
The governor’s spokesman said about 70 percent of Ohioans who lost their jobs during the storm are now unemployed.
“Unfortunately, Ohioans are not the only ones who have lost jobs during this time of economic hardship,” said Ohio Gov.
John Kasich in a news release.
“There are millions of other Ohioans looking for work, and Ohioans with the right skills are finding them.
There is no reason that the economic recovery cannot continue, and we need to be prepared for the inevitable challenges.”
The statement also said the state is offering help to those who are unemployed and looking for jobs.
“Ohioans are being asked to work to make ends meet, and many have found that the hard work they put in does not pay off,” Kasich said.
Virginia The state has been hit with the brunt of Hurricane Irma and has a long history of flooding.
A massive section of the Potomac River is expected to flood in some parts of the state on Tuesday, which will bring significant problems to residents, according a local TV station.
“Flooding is expected across the entire Potomax River,” CNN reported.