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    FHP Warns Drivers Of Smoke From US 1 Flagler Wildfire

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    Flagler County, FL-FHP was warning drivers along US 1 in Flagler County about possible smoky conditions from a wildfire sparked Friday near Aldenham Lane. Troopers advise drivers to use caution and say visibility could deteriorate quickly due to smoke/fog type conditions especially at night or in the early morning hours. FHP advising driver use low beam headlights through that area. 2015 Southern Stone Communications Copyright See source on NewsDaytonaBeach.com

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    Three Gunmen Rob DeBary IHOP

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    DeBary, FL-Deputies are investigating an armed robbery at a DeBary IHOP Friday night that is strikingly similar to several previous crimes in the area and one in Orlando. Shortly before 11:30 last night, three men dressed in dark clothing and  armed with handguns forced employees and customers into a freezer at the IHOP on Dirksen Drive. The men wore hooded clothing or bandanas over their faces. No shots were fired. Sheriff’s Office spokesman Gary Davidson says wallets were taken from victims and one employee was roughed up. The robbers ordered an employee to open the safe, but she told them she wasn’t able to access it. Deputies searched the area with K-9 units and the VCSO helicopter. Orange City police also helped in the search. Deputies are looking for two vehicles seen behind the business that might be involved. They are only described as a gold-colored minivan and a silver colored passenger car Similar crimes happened earlier this month when three armed men robbed a Subway in Port Orange,a Perkins in DeBary and a Subway in Daytona Beach. In those crimes employees and customers were forced into the freezer by men in dark clothing. An Orlando restaurant was recently robbed by three men in a similar fashion.   2015  Southern Stone Communications Copyright See source on NewsDaytonaBeach.com

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    NHC Says Erika Dissipates As Tropical Cyclone

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    Volusia County, FL-Update: The National Hurricane Center says Erika has dissipated as a Tropical Cyclone and is ending watches and warnings for that system. The storm fell apart after crossing over the mountainous island of Hispanola. Earlier reporting: The forecast track for Erika jogged to the west again Saturday when the NHC issued the latest predictions. Erika emerged from dumping rain on the Dominican Republic and Haiti still as a TS but a disorganized one at best. The National Weather Service revised the local forecast here for early next week to remove mention of possible Tropical Storm conditions. Still, rain and winds gusting at times to 20 miles per hour are forecast here overnight Sunday into Monday morning. In response to the new track, Flagler County EOC announced it’s operations were returning to normal as of 9:30 this morning. Kevin Guthrie, Flagler County Public Safety Manager, said all staff would return to their normal duties. As with any forecast, experts warn the track of any storm can change. Erika is forecast to move over Cuba early Sunday morning. 2015 Southern Stone Communications Copyright See source on NewsDaytonaBeach.com

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    FHP Warns Drivers Of Smoke From US 1 Flagler Wildfire

    Flagler County, FL-FHP was warning drivers along US 1 in Flagler County about possible smoky conditions from a wildfire sparked Friday near Aldenham Lane. Troopers advise drivers to use caution and say visibility could deteriorate quickly due to smoke/fog type conditions especially at night or in the early morning hours. FHP advising driver use low beam headlights through that area. 2015 Southern Stone Communications Copyright See source on NewsDaytonaBeach.com

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    Three Gunmen Rob DeBary IHOP

    DeBary, FL-Deputies are investigating an armed robbery at a DeBary IHOP Friday night that is strikingly similar to several previous crimes in the area and one in Orlando. Shortly before 11:30 last night, three men dressed in dark clothing and  armed with handguns forced employees and customers into a freezer at the IHOP on Dirksen Drive. The men wore hooded clothing or bandanas over their faces. No shots were fired. Sheriff’s Office spokesman Gary Davidson says wallets were taken from victims and one employee was roughed up. The robbers ordered an employee to open the safe, but she told them she wasn’t able to access it. Deputies searched the area with K-9 units and the VCSO helicopter. Orange City police also helped in the search. Deputies are looking for two vehicles seen behind the business that might be involved. They are only described as a gold-colored minivan and a silver colored passenger car Similar crimes happened earlier this month when three armed men robbed a Subway in Port Orange,a Perkins in DeBary and a Subway in Daytona Beach. In those crimes employees and customers were forced into the freezer by men in dark clothing. An Orlando restaurant was recently robbed by three men in a similar fashion.   2015  Southern Stone Communications Copyright See source on NewsDaytonaBeach.com

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    NHC Says Erika Dissipates As Tropical Cyclone

    Volusia County, FL-Update: The National Hurricane Center says Erika has dissipated as a Tropical Cyclone and is ending watches and warnings for that system. The storm fell apart after crossing over the mountainous island of Hispanola. Earlier reporting: The forecast track for Erika jogged to the west again Saturday when the NHC issued the latest predictions. Erika emerged from dumping rain on the Dominican Republic and Haiti still as a TS but a disorganized one at best. The National Weather Service revised the local forecast here for early next week to remove mention of possible Tropical Storm conditions. Still, rain and winds gusting at times to 20 miles per hour are forecast here overnight Sunday into Monday morning. In response to the new track, Flagler County EOC announced it’s operations were returning to normal as of 9:30 this morning. Kevin Guthrie, Flagler County Public Safety Manager, said all staff would return to their normal duties. As with any forecast, experts warn the track of any storm can change. Erika is forecast to move over Cuba early Sunday morning. 2015 Southern Stone Communications Copyright See source on NewsDaytonaBeach.com

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