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CrimeFlorida woman with life-threatening illness missing for more than a week

21:55  09 september  2019
21:55  09 september  2019 Source:   wesh.com

Hurricane Dorian: Florida forecast to get Category 4 Labor Day storm

Hurricane Dorian: Florida forecast to get Category 4 Labor Day storm Hurricane Dorian became a Category 4 major hurricane Friday before its predicted landfall Monday along Florida's east coast, forecasters say. Hurricane warnings were put in place in the northwestern Bahamas as Dorian approached the island nation. A direct hit in the Bahamas is likely on Sunday into Monday. The storm was slowly turning west on Friday as it makes it way back toward land and is expected to strengthen in the coming days, the National Hurricane Center said. Dorian is forecast slam the southeastern United States as a possible Category 4 storm.

(WFLA) – Detectives are looking for a missing Bradenton woman who has a life-threatening illness.

Florida woman with life-threatening illness missing for more than a week © Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. Leanne Holmes

Leanne Holmes walked away from a facility in the 2000 block of Harvard Avenue on Sept. 1, according to the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office.

Holmes was last seen wearing black leggings and an orange shirt.

Deputies said Holmes has a life-threatening medical condition and has been without medication since she disappeared.

Those with information regarding her whereabouts should contact the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office at 941-747-3011.

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Bahamian officials say 2,500 people registered as missing in Dorian's wake.
Bahamian officials said on Wednesday that 2,500 people have been registered as missing in the wake of the devastating Hurricane Dorian but cautioned the full list of missing has not been checked to see if any of those people are in shelters. "This list has not yet been checked against government records of who are staying in shelters or who have been evacuated," National Emergency Management Agency spokesman Carl Smith told a press conference. "The database processing is underway." Thousands of people are in shelters on the islands. Officials have confirmed 50 deaths caused by the Sept. 1 storm.

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