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Deal's order authorizes about 5,000 Georgia National Guard members to be on active duty to help people respond and recover.

Georgia hasn't been hit by a hurricane with winds Category 3 or higher since 1898. Henry Mc Master, also declared a state of emergency.

A major strike there would be the first in nearly 28 years.

The head of FEMA said on Thursday that Hurricane Irma will have a 'truly devastating' impact when it slams into southern coastal areas of the United States this weekend.

A woman at the Founders Park Marina continues to prepare for Hurricane Irma in Islamorada, Florida on September 7, 2017.

The marina is all but empty now except for a few main stays who refuse to leave The order, which went into effect Thursday morning, applies to all of Zone A and parts of Zone B evacuation areas, which include barrier islands and low-lying mainland areas where about 100,000 people live.

The order includes the areas of Bal Harbour, Bay Harbour Islands, Golden Beach, Indian Creek Village, Miami Beach, North Bay Village, Sunny Isles Beach and Surfside.

Mainland areas of Zone B were not included, but Giminez said they could be told to evacuate in the near future.

By Thursday morning, the center of the storm was about 110 miles (180 kilometers) north of Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, and was moving west-northwest near 17 mph (28 kph). A high-rise building under construction is shown next to a high-rise condominium building, Thursday, Sept. As Hurricane Irma threatens to pound Miami with winds of mind-boggling power, a heavyweight hazard looms over the city's skyline: two dozen enormous construction cranes.

The FEMA chief said Irma would be only the fourth Category Five hurricane to hit the United States and the first since Hurricane Andrew in 1992.'Bottom line is the majority of people along the coast have never experienced a major hurricane like this.

It will be truly devastating,' he told CNN.'The entire southeastern United States better wake up and pay attention,' he added. 25, 1992 file photo shows the water tower, a landmark in Florida City, still standing over the ruins of the Florida coastal community that was hit by the force of Hurricane Andrew, which was previously the worst storm to ever hit Florida Evacuations have already started in the Florida Keys and parts of Miami, and officials say residents should be ready for more in the coming days.

He also expanded a state of emergency to 30 counties.

It comes as mandatory evacuations in Florida continue to multiply.