Speaker Moore to Tour Hurricane Dorian Damage in Outer Banks, Carteret County

Raleigh, N.C. –State House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) will join Gov. Roy Cooper to tour damage from Hurricane Dorian in Carteret County, N.C. and the Outer Banks on Saturday, September 7, 2019.

The group is scheduled to travel to an RV park in Emerald Isle on Saturday morning that was severely damaged by a waterspout tornado, and will hold media availability following a tour of flooding on Ocracoke Island later that afternoon.   

Pool coverage of the tour of the Outer Banks and Ocracoke Island will be provided by UNC-TV.


Speaker Moore Joins Gov. Cooper to Tour Hurricane Dorian Damage in Carteret County and the Outer Banks of North Carolina. 


Saturday, September 7, 2019

11:40 AM

Tour Emerald Isle and Carteret County damage
Boardwalk RV Park, 201 Islander Drive, Emerald Isle, NC 28594

3:30 PM

Media availability following a tour of storm damage on the Outer Banks
Dare County Regional Airport, 410 Airport Road, Manteo, NC, 27954

Hurricane Dorian is the third major hurricane to strike the North Carolina coast since 2016, joining Hurricanes Matthew and Florence to cause widespread damage and catastrophic flooding in counties across the southeastern part of the state and its barrier islands the last three years.