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Sam’s Club Water in South Florida Disappears in 42 Seconds

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Sunshine State residents are preparing for Hurricane Irma

CC BY-SA 2.5 / wikimedia commons

As Hurricane Irma barrels closer to making landfall stateside, South Florida residents are hurrying to make last minute preparations for the Category 4 storm. Following the destruction in the Bahamas and Cuba, United States officials have strictly urged people to stock up and get to safety — but gas stations are running out of fuel, and stores are ghost towns bereft of food and water.

A video released on Twitter by on-air personality Andy Slater captured a frenzied Sam’s Club in Miramar as people fought over the store’s newest — and presumably the only remaining — shipment of water cases. The entire pallet of water bottles was claimed within 42 seconds.

Warning: This video contains graphic language.

In replies to the tweet, users single out a man clad in a purple for taking almost half the shipment for his own cart. “@SamsClub why wouldn’t you set a limit? Dude just took like 10 cases,” wrote @KinksUm.

The official national account for the Arkansas-based retailer responded, “We are consistently sending out more water and supplies for our clubs in the storms (sic) path. We want everyone to be prepared.”

The storm’s approach has led to frantic scrambling for everything from hotels and plane tickets to plywood, but water is in particular demand. Many stores have set a limit on cases purchased per customer, most ranging from two to five. Some stores have also hugely inflated prices, which, according to Attorney General Pam Bondi’s website, is unlawful in Florida. A 24-pack of water sold on Amazon for $99, reports USA Today. The same product was priced at $9.99 for delivery on Staples.com.

Hurricane Irma is expected to hit South Florida Saturday morning, Sept. 9. In addition to water, here are 17 healthy foods to stock in case of an emergency.


Boater Drowns During Rescue Attempt On Way Home From Jobbie Nooner

HARRISON TWP. (WWJ) – Authorities have recovered the body of a boater who disappeared while trying to save a man who went overboard on their way home from Jobbie Nooner.

The Macomb County Marine Division responded to a distress call around 8 p.m. Friday from a boat just east of Lake St. Clair Metro Park. The caller stated that 45-year-old Virdest Orlando Day, of Redford Township, had disappeared after jumping in the water to help another passenger who went overboard, and had not been seen for 10 minutes.

Jobbie Nooner 2017 (Aerial photo: Lance Howard)

According to police, the group of seven was returning from Jobbie Nooner on Gull Island — rumored to be the largest boat party in the Midwest — in a 26 foot Crownline cabin cruiser when one of the passengers fell into the water that man was not wearing a life jacket.

Day went into the water to help the first passenger. Although he was wearing a life jacket, it was not secured and came off when Day hit the water.

A third passenger jumped into the water in attempt to help the first two. The others onboard were able to help the first and third man back onto the boat, but they lost sight of Day. After several minutes, the caller used his marine radio to request help.

The search, which involved Customs Border Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard, continued through the night and into morning. Around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Day&rsquos body was located approximately 300 feet south of Huron Pointe off of Lake St. Clair Metro Park in seven feet of water.

The incident remains under investigation. Police say no foul play is suspected.


Boater Drowns During Rescue Attempt On Way Home From Jobbie Nooner

HARRISON TWP. (WWJ) – Authorities have recovered the body of a boater who disappeared while trying to save a man who went overboard on their way home from Jobbie Nooner.

The Macomb County Marine Division responded to a distress call around 8 p.m. Friday from a boat just east of Lake St. Clair Metro Park. The caller stated that 45-year-old Virdest Orlando Day, of Redford Township, had disappeared after jumping in the water to help another passenger who went overboard, and had not been seen for 10 minutes.

Jobbie Nooner 2017 (Aerial photo: Lance Howard)

According to police, the group of seven was returning from Jobbie Nooner on Gull Island — rumored to be the largest boat party in the Midwest — in a 26 foot Crownline cabin cruiser when one of the passengers fell into the water that man was not wearing a life jacket.

Day went into the water to help the first passenger. Although he was wearing a life jacket, it was not secured and came off when Day hit the water.

A third passenger jumped into the water in attempt to help the first two. The others onboard were able to help the first and third man back onto the boat, but they lost sight of Day. After several minutes, the caller used his marine radio to request help.

The search, which involved Customs Border Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard, continued through the night and into morning. Around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Day&rsquos body was located approximately 300 feet south of Huron Pointe off of Lake St. Clair Metro Park in seven feet of water.

The incident remains under investigation. Police say no foul play is suspected.


Boater Drowns During Rescue Attempt On Way Home From Jobbie Nooner

HARRISON TWP. (WWJ) – Authorities have recovered the body of a boater who disappeared while trying to save a man who went overboard on their way home from Jobbie Nooner.

The Macomb County Marine Division responded to a distress call around 8 p.m. Friday from a boat just east of Lake St. Clair Metro Park. The caller stated that 45-year-old Virdest Orlando Day, of Redford Township, had disappeared after jumping in the water to help another passenger who went overboard, and had not been seen for 10 minutes.

Jobbie Nooner 2017 (Aerial photo: Lance Howard)

According to police, the group of seven was returning from Jobbie Nooner on Gull Island — rumored to be the largest boat party in the Midwest — in a 26 foot Crownline cabin cruiser when one of the passengers fell into the water that man was not wearing a life jacket.

Day went into the water to help the first passenger. Although he was wearing a life jacket, it was not secured and came off when Day hit the water.

A third passenger jumped into the water in attempt to help the first two. The others onboard were able to help the first and third man back onto the boat, but they lost sight of Day. After several minutes, the caller used his marine radio to request help.

The search, which involved Customs Border Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard, continued through the night and into morning. Around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Day&rsquos body was located approximately 300 feet south of Huron Pointe off of Lake St. Clair Metro Park in seven feet of water.

The incident remains under investigation. Police say no foul play is suspected.


Boater Drowns During Rescue Attempt On Way Home From Jobbie Nooner

HARRISON TWP. (WWJ) – Authorities have recovered the body of a boater who disappeared while trying to save a man who went overboard on their way home from Jobbie Nooner.

The Macomb County Marine Division responded to a distress call around 8 p.m. Friday from a boat just east of Lake St. Clair Metro Park. The caller stated that 45-year-old Virdest Orlando Day, of Redford Township, had disappeared after jumping in the water to help another passenger who went overboard, and had not been seen for 10 minutes.

Jobbie Nooner 2017 (Aerial photo: Lance Howard)

According to police, the group of seven was returning from Jobbie Nooner on Gull Island — rumored to be the largest boat party in the Midwest — in a 26 foot Crownline cabin cruiser when one of the passengers fell into the water that man was not wearing a life jacket.

Day went into the water to help the first passenger. Although he was wearing a life jacket, it was not secured and came off when Day hit the water.

A third passenger jumped into the water in attempt to help the first two. The others onboard were able to help the first and third man back onto the boat, but they lost sight of Day. After several minutes, the caller used his marine radio to request help.

The search, which involved Customs Border Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard, continued through the night and into morning. Around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Day&rsquos body was located approximately 300 feet south of Huron Pointe off of Lake St. Clair Metro Park in seven feet of water.

The incident remains under investigation. Police say no foul play is suspected.


Boater Drowns During Rescue Attempt On Way Home From Jobbie Nooner

HARRISON TWP. (WWJ) – Authorities have recovered the body of a boater who disappeared while trying to save a man who went overboard on their way home from Jobbie Nooner.

The Macomb County Marine Division responded to a distress call around 8 p.m. Friday from a boat just east of Lake St. Clair Metro Park. The caller stated that 45-year-old Virdest Orlando Day, of Redford Township, had disappeared after jumping in the water to help another passenger who went overboard, and had not been seen for 10 minutes.

Jobbie Nooner 2017 (Aerial photo: Lance Howard)

According to police, the group of seven was returning from Jobbie Nooner on Gull Island — rumored to be the largest boat party in the Midwest — in a 26 foot Crownline cabin cruiser when one of the passengers fell into the water that man was not wearing a life jacket.

Day went into the water to help the first passenger. Although he was wearing a life jacket, it was not secured and came off when Day hit the water.

A third passenger jumped into the water in attempt to help the first two. The others onboard were able to help the first and third man back onto the boat, but they lost sight of Day. After several minutes, the caller used his marine radio to request help.

The search, which involved Customs Border Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard, continued through the night and into morning. Around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Day&rsquos body was located approximately 300 feet south of Huron Pointe off of Lake St. Clair Metro Park in seven feet of water.

The incident remains under investigation. Police say no foul play is suspected.


Boater Drowns During Rescue Attempt On Way Home From Jobbie Nooner

HARRISON TWP. (WWJ) – Authorities have recovered the body of a boater who disappeared while trying to save a man who went overboard on their way home from Jobbie Nooner.

The Macomb County Marine Division responded to a distress call around 8 p.m. Friday from a boat just east of Lake St. Clair Metro Park. The caller stated that 45-year-old Virdest Orlando Day, of Redford Township, had disappeared after jumping in the water to help another passenger who went overboard, and had not been seen for 10 minutes.

Jobbie Nooner 2017 (Aerial photo: Lance Howard)

According to police, the group of seven was returning from Jobbie Nooner on Gull Island — rumored to be the largest boat party in the Midwest — in a 26 foot Crownline cabin cruiser when one of the passengers fell into the water that man was not wearing a life jacket.

Day went into the water to help the first passenger. Although he was wearing a life jacket, it was not secured and came off when Day hit the water.

A third passenger jumped into the water in attempt to help the first two. The others onboard were able to help the first and third man back onto the boat, but they lost sight of Day. After several minutes, the caller used his marine radio to request help.

The search, which involved Customs Border Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard, continued through the night and into morning. Around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Day&rsquos body was located approximately 300 feet south of Huron Pointe off of Lake St. Clair Metro Park in seven feet of water.

The incident remains under investigation. Police say no foul play is suspected.


Boater Drowns During Rescue Attempt On Way Home From Jobbie Nooner

HARRISON TWP. (WWJ) – Authorities have recovered the body of a boater who disappeared while trying to save a man who went overboard on their way home from Jobbie Nooner.

The Macomb County Marine Division responded to a distress call around 8 p.m. Friday from a boat just east of Lake St. Clair Metro Park. The caller stated that 45-year-old Virdest Orlando Day, of Redford Township, had disappeared after jumping in the water to help another passenger who went overboard, and had not been seen for 10 minutes.

Jobbie Nooner 2017 (Aerial photo: Lance Howard)

According to police, the group of seven was returning from Jobbie Nooner on Gull Island — rumored to be the largest boat party in the Midwest — in a 26 foot Crownline cabin cruiser when one of the passengers fell into the water that man was not wearing a life jacket.

Day went into the water to help the first passenger. Although he was wearing a life jacket, it was not secured and came off when Day hit the water.

A third passenger jumped into the water in attempt to help the first two. The others onboard were able to help the first and third man back onto the boat, but they lost sight of Day. After several minutes, the caller used his marine radio to request help.

The search, which involved Customs Border Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard, continued through the night and into morning. Around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Day&rsquos body was located approximately 300 feet south of Huron Pointe off of Lake St. Clair Metro Park in seven feet of water.

The incident remains under investigation. Police say no foul play is suspected.


Boater Drowns During Rescue Attempt On Way Home From Jobbie Nooner

HARRISON TWP. (WWJ) – Authorities have recovered the body of a boater who disappeared while trying to save a man who went overboard on their way home from Jobbie Nooner.

The Macomb County Marine Division responded to a distress call around 8 p.m. Friday from a boat just east of Lake St. Clair Metro Park. The caller stated that 45-year-old Virdest Orlando Day, of Redford Township, had disappeared after jumping in the water to help another passenger who went overboard, and had not been seen for 10 minutes.

Jobbie Nooner 2017 (Aerial photo: Lance Howard)

According to police, the group of seven was returning from Jobbie Nooner on Gull Island — rumored to be the largest boat party in the Midwest — in a 26 foot Crownline cabin cruiser when one of the passengers fell into the water that man was not wearing a life jacket.

Day went into the water to help the first passenger. Although he was wearing a life jacket, it was not secured and came off when Day hit the water.

A third passenger jumped into the water in attempt to help the first two. The others onboard were able to help the first and third man back onto the boat, but they lost sight of Day. After several minutes, the caller used his marine radio to request help.

The search, which involved Customs Border Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard, continued through the night and into morning. Around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Day&rsquos body was located approximately 300 feet south of Huron Pointe off of Lake St. Clair Metro Park in seven feet of water.

The incident remains under investigation. Police say no foul play is suspected.


Boater Drowns During Rescue Attempt On Way Home From Jobbie Nooner

HARRISON TWP. (WWJ) – Authorities have recovered the body of a boater who disappeared while trying to save a man who went overboard on their way home from Jobbie Nooner.

The Macomb County Marine Division responded to a distress call around 8 p.m. Friday from a boat just east of Lake St. Clair Metro Park. The caller stated that 45-year-old Virdest Orlando Day, of Redford Township, had disappeared after jumping in the water to help another passenger who went overboard, and had not been seen for 10 minutes.

Jobbie Nooner 2017 (Aerial photo: Lance Howard)

According to police, the group of seven was returning from Jobbie Nooner on Gull Island — rumored to be the largest boat party in the Midwest — in a 26 foot Crownline cabin cruiser when one of the passengers fell into the water that man was not wearing a life jacket.

Day went into the water to help the first passenger. Although he was wearing a life jacket, it was not secured and came off when Day hit the water.

A third passenger jumped into the water in attempt to help the first two. The others onboard were able to help the first and third man back onto the boat, but they lost sight of Day. After several minutes, the caller used his marine radio to request help.

The search, which involved Customs Border Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard, continued through the night and into morning. Around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Day&rsquos body was located approximately 300 feet south of Huron Pointe off of Lake St. Clair Metro Park in seven feet of water.

The incident remains under investigation. Police say no foul play is suspected.


Boater Drowns During Rescue Attempt On Way Home From Jobbie Nooner

HARRISON TWP. (WWJ) – Authorities have recovered the body of a boater who disappeared while trying to save a man who went overboard on their way home from Jobbie Nooner.

The Macomb County Marine Division responded to a distress call around 8 p.m. Friday from a boat just east of Lake St. Clair Metro Park. The caller stated that 45-year-old Virdest Orlando Day, of Redford Township, had disappeared after jumping in the water to help another passenger who went overboard, and had not been seen for 10 minutes.

Jobbie Nooner 2017 (Aerial photo: Lance Howard)

According to police, the group of seven was returning from Jobbie Nooner on Gull Island — rumored to be the largest boat party in the Midwest — in a 26 foot Crownline cabin cruiser when one of the passengers fell into the water that man was not wearing a life jacket.

Day went into the water to help the first passenger. Although he was wearing a life jacket, it was not secured and came off when Day hit the water.

A third passenger jumped into the water in attempt to help the first two. The others onboard were able to help the first and third man back onto the boat, but they lost sight of Day. After several minutes, the caller used his marine radio to request help.

The search, which involved Customs Border Patrol and the U.S. Coast Guard, continued through the night and into morning. Around 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Day&rsquos body was located approximately 300 feet south of Huron Pointe off of Lake St. Clair Metro Park in seven feet of water.

The incident remains under investigation. Police say no foul play is suspected.