Gov. Scotts Visits Evacuees, Local Officials In Escambia County

September 11, 2017

Gov. Rick Scott met with Hurricane Irma evacuees and local emergency officials in Escambia County Sunday afternoon.

Scott flew into Pensacola and headed first to the Escambia County Emergency Operations Center to meet with local officials.

He also visited the Pensacola Bay Center which is temporary home to about 200 Irma evacuees.

“We will make it through this together,” Scott said while in Pensacola.

Pictured: Gov. Rick Scott and Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward visiting with evacuees and volunteers at the Pensacola Bay Center late Sunday afternoon. Photo for, click to enlarge.


3 Responses to “Gov. Scotts Visits Evacuees, Local Officials In Escambia County”

  1. No Excuses on September 12th, 2017 3:24 pm

    Ditto Grace! I have been very pleased with our President’s response to these disasters as well as Governor Scott.

  2. Nana of 16 on September 12th, 2017 8:15 am

    @ Grace: AMEN!

  3. Grace on September 11th, 2017 3:11 pm

    Thank you President Donald Trump and Gov Rick Scott. You have both shown your strength and compassion during perilous times.

    Also, thank you to everyone involved , law enforcement, ems, coast guard, national guard, volunteers and many more.

    I pray the Lord’s Blessings on the great people of the great State of Florida.

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