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Shelters: Where to go if you need shelter in the storm

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If you need shelter as the storm approaches, here is where you can turn. And if there are more updates, please send them to newstips@wncn.com.

Johnston County

Location: Smithfield-Selma Senior High School at 700 Booker Dairy Road. The shelter opened at 10 a.m. Wednesday.

Wake County

The Red Cross has one shelter that is still open at Garner United Methodist Church at 201 Methodist Drive.

Durham County

Durham Rescue Mission will have two shelters open Wednesday. The men's shelter will be at 1201 E. Main St. in Durham and the women and children's shelter will be at 507 E. Knox St.

Franklin County

Shelter at Franklin County Senior Center in Louisburg opened Wednesday. Bring food and medications needed for the first 24 hours. Animals are to be sheltered at home unless it's a life or death situation.

Harnett County

Shelter open at Gospel Tabernacle Church 2105 W Cumberland S, Dunn.

Nash County

Nash County opened a shelter Wednesday night at Englewood Baptist Church in Rocky Mount. Two people came to the shelter. Nash County officials announced Thursday morning that because there were few reports of power outages, they would close the shelter.

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