Fortunately, it seems the Charlotte region won't see any serious impact from Hurricane Dorian, but those who live in the Queen City are preparing to help anyone in the storm's path.
Like everyone else, the American Red Cross is watching Dorian closely to see where help is most needed.
They're just waiting on a phone call to tell volunteers to hit the road.
The Charlotte Metro chapter of the Red Cross packed up their emergency response vehicle on Labor Day, packed with food, water and supplies.
They have six other trailers full of supplies for shelters to head out in a moments' notice.
The organization already deployed 10 volunteers to Florida last week, and they're planning to send more to eastern parts of North Carolina later this week.
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