Anheuser-Busch to deliver more than 300,000 cans of water to Florida

Anheuser-Busch to deliver more than 300,000 cans of water to Florida


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WEBVTT ARI HAIT IS INLAUDERDALE-BY-THE-SEA.ARI:rt THE WIND IS BEGINNING TOPICK UP HERE.POLICE ARE BLOCKED OFF A LOT OFTHE ROADS TO GET TO THE BEACHAREA.THERE WAS A 4:0rt0 CURFEW INEFFECT BUT THEY HAVE SAID THEYWILL NOT BE ARRESTING ANYBODY.IT’S JUST A MATTER OF, THEY WANTPEOPLE TO KNOW THAT IT’S NOTrtSAFE TO BE OUT AND ABOUT.RIGHT NOW, STILL PLENTY OFPEOPLE OUT HERE CHECKING OUT THEBEACH, CHECKING OUT THE WIND,CHECKING OUT WHAT EVERYTHINGLOOKrtS LIKE HERE.OVER HERE BY THE PA OR COME ONTHE OTHER SIDE OF THE BEACH,THERE’S STILL A NUMBER OFrt PEOPLEON THE BEACH INCLUDING PEOPLE INTHE WATER SURFING.SIR, GIVE ME AN IDEA, WHY THEWANT TO COME OUTrt HERE?>> I’M A PHOTOGRAPHER.ARI: DID YOU THINK ABOUT YOURSAFETY COMING OUT HERE?rt>> IT IS AFTER 4:00.AR GOOD LUCK AND STAY SAFE.A REMINDER, 4:00 HERE IN BROWARDrtCOUNTY, THAT IS THE CURFEW.AGAIN, THEY ARE NOT GOING TO ARESCUE BUT — NOT GOING TOrtARREST YOU BUT YOU SHOULD BE ONTHE STREETS BY THEN.I WAS TALKING TO A SERVER ANDASKED HOW SAFE ITrt WAS.HE SAID HE’S FROM HAWAII ANDTHEY GET THIS STUFF ALL THETIME.I ASKED IF IT WAS A LITTLEDANGEROUS AND HE SAIDrt, NO, ITWILL BE OK.HE’S STILL OUT THERE.I JUST TRIED A SECOND AGO THAT ISAW HIM JUST TRY SECOND AGO TOGET rtUP ON HIS FOR.IT DIDN’T WORK OUT SO WELL.THE CURFEW GOES INTO EFFECT AT4:00.

Anheuser-Busch to deliver more than 300,000 cans of water to Florida


An iconic beer company is planning to deliver more than 300,000 cans of clean water for Floridians ahead of Hurricane Irma.

Anheuser-Busch announced its plans to send safe emergency drinking water for the residents stuck in the path of the hurricane.

The deliveries arrived Sept. 8, said the beer company, and will be taken to the Red Cross for distribution following the Irma impact.

Starting on Labor Day, the Anheuser-Busch company switched its production from beer to water in an effort to help Florida. The company also plans to donate $1 million to the American Red Cross’ annual disaster giving program.

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