TS Erika Storm
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – JUPITER, Fla– While there are still many unknowns with Tropical Storm Erika, we do know the storm has already proven to be devastating in some areas of the Caribbean.
Local ham radio operators have been trying to make contact with the folks already impacted by the storm. After the deadly destruction, for some, radio maybe the only way to call for help….
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