US: Mandatory evacuations under way in Florida and Georgia

Georgia's governor has ordered more than half-a-million people living in coastal areas to move to higher ground. People are also leaving parts of Florida, where the evacuation has led to a petrol shortage.

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    Georgia's governor has ordered more than half a million people living in coastal areas to move to higher ground.

    People are also leaving parts of Florida, where the evacuation has led to a petrol shortage.

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from Miami.


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