REEF radio just completed their 9 AM update this morning, Sunday, July 17th.
8900 people were evacuated from the island yesterday and the planes were running early this morning, but few people going out today.
No significant incidents of crime or mayhem were reported last night. Police with aid from soldiers are on active patrols.
No curfew has been set.
Jim JanMohammed, San Pedro Emergency Coordinator, stressed we are not out of the woods yet, Emily's current course can cause dangerous rains and the water will be very dangerous.
Here is a story that aired on Belize City Channel 7 on Friday night:
SAN PEDRO BRACES FOR EMILY
Hurricane Emily is tracking north, northwest with a projected path that
has it making landfall just above the northern part of the country in the Yucatan
Peninsula. But while hurricane forecasters have their predictions, we are hoping
We'll try and keep you posted. It is eerily quiet around, no taxis or anyone walking past our office.
We'll talk later....