Miami And Fort Lauderdale Reopen After Hurricane


The Port of Miami and Fort Lauderdale have reopened, after the US Coast Guard (USCG) lifted its restriction on potential threat from Hurricane Dorian.

Hurricane Dorian blasted across the Bahamas on September 1, as a Category 5 with 185 mph sustained winds.

USCG has continued to prepare for Hurricane Dorian by upgrading the conditions of several major east coast ports.

Port Technology reported yesterday how the USCG had closed the Port of Jacksonville to commercial shipping as Hurricane Dorian approached.

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