The city of Raleigh is opening up city-owned parking decks for residents who want to protect their cars from damage from falling trees and debris during Hurricane Florence. This car on Anderson Drive was destroyed by a falling tree during Hurricane Fran in 1996.
The city of Raleigh is opening up city-owned parking decks for residents who want to protect their cars from damage from falling trees and debris during Hurricane Florence. This car on Anderson Drive was destroyed by a falling tree during Hurricane Fran in 1996. Steve Egan Steve Egan
The city of Raleigh is opening up city-owned parking decks for residents who want to protect their cars from damage from falling trees and debris during Hurricane Florence. This car on Anderson Drive was destroyed by a falling tree during Hurricane Fran in 1996. Steve Egan Steve Egan

Worried about your car during Florence? Raleigh’s city-owned decks will be free.

September 12, 2018 05:10 PM