College Student From Scranton Evacuates Florida University

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AVOCA -- One of the countless people forced to leave Florida is a college student from Lackawanna County.

WNEP saw Joshua Bozym, Scranton, at the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport in Luzerne County when he arrived home.

Bozym is a sophomore biology major at Nova Southeastern University in the Fort Lauderdale Area.

He told WNEP that his school ordered a mandatory evacuation this week.

Bozym says the dorms can only handle a category two hurricane.

"My room, I look at the roof, and I could have my windows shattered and the buildings could be destroyed," said Bozym.

Bozym has been told by his school to stay in Scranton for a week but he expects to be here longer if Hurricane Irma stays on course to hit Florida.


1 Comment

  • warningfakenews

    He wasn’t forced, he chose to leave. Yes, they had a “mandatory” evacuation of the dorm, but he chose to leave Florida. The liberal media wants you to be complacent and do what government tells you to do. The inaccurate writing serves an agenda of accepting more and more government control over our lives. Yes, he probably made a wise choice, but at least he didn’t have to do it at gunpoint- this time.

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