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July 14, 2017 4:00 PM

How should law enforcement and other officials prepare for a hurricane? Experts weigh in

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    Though the storm is far out to sea, waves generated by Hurricane Maria have arrived in the Lowcountry, bringing with them a high surf advisory. This was the scene at high tide on Sunday at Hilton Head's Coligny Beach.