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What People are Saying About Hurricane Iselle, Tropical Storm Julio on Twitter

What happens when a hurricane is headed our way? Hawaii residents dash to Costco, Walmart and Safeway to stock up on goods, then tweet about it.


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Walmart’s shelves are empty.

What happens when a hurricane is headed our way? Hawaii residents dash to Costco, Walmart and Safeway to stock up on bottled water, toilet paper, rice and SPAM, then tweet about it. Locals are using Twitter to voice their fears about the possible impending disaster. Hurricane Iselle and Tropical Storm Julio are expected to reach the Islands this week, according to the National Weather Service. Here’s what people are saying on Twitter with the hashtags #hurricaneiselle, #julio and #iselle. 

 

 

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