People in southwest Florida are preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Wilma. The powerful storm is expected to enter the Gulf of Mexico Friday and then turn towards Florida with landfall on Sunday. Residents of the Sunshine State have dealt with five major storms since last year. One of the hurricanes, Charley, decimated the small town of Punta Gorda. Many spent months repairing damage...others were left homeless. Now they’re facing it all over again. From member station W-G-C-U in Fort Myers, Valerie Alker reports.
Friday, 21 October 2005 01:00
Wilma Preparation in CharlotteWritten by Valerie Alker