Brick of cocaine washes up on Florida beach during Hurricane Dorian

Rodiano Bonacci
Settembre 5, 2019

More than two dozen bricks of cocaine were reported to have washed ashore on Cocoa Beach, on Florida's Space Coast. Maximum sustained winds are near 105 miles per hour with higher gusts. On this track, the core of Hurricane Dorian will move dangerously close to the Florida east coast and the Georgia coast through tonight.

A flood advisory was in effect for parts of Orange, Lake and Volusia counties Wednesday morning, the Orlando Sentinel reported.

The package isn't the only recent ground score along Florida's sands.

Brandon Ennis runs away from waves caused by Hurricane Dorian crashing over the jetty of the Jupiter inlet, Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019, in Jupiter, Fla.

Officials urged over two million people in Florida, Georgia and North and SC to evacuate. The center of Dorian, which is a category 2 hurricane, is forecast to move near or over the coast of SC and North Carolina Thursday through Friday morning.

Severe flooding is expected to occur even if the storm doesn't make landfall.

Two more deaths were confirmed overnight, bringing the official total to seven. The country's prime minister said he expects that number to rise. The Grand Bahama Airport was under six feet of water Tuesday.

Around 45 percent of homes in Abaco and Grand Bahama were believed to be damaged or destroyed when the areas were pounded by 185 miles per hour winds.

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