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Stories that shaped 2010: Record rainfall prepares local emergency personnel for future storms

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By Kathryn Jacewicz, Staff writer

Hurricane season has been relatively calm the last few years in Brunswick County, but the 22 inches of water that fell on Brunswick County gave Brunswick County Emergency Services personnel a chance to brush up on how to handle a storm of such magnitude.

Such flooding has not been seen in Brunswick County since 1999’s Hurricane Floyd, and Anthony Marzano, director of Brunswick County Emergency Services, said dealing with the effects of Hurricane Earl and Tropical Storm Nicole was a time to put pre-planning mechanisms to work.


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