Hurricane Andrew http://wqcs.org en Remembering Hurricane Andrew http://wqcs.org/post/remembering-hurricane-andrew <P>Linda Meyer was on vacation when Hurricane Andrew hit her home.&nbsp; She was visiting former WQCS Development Director Adrienne Moore and spent the storm in our studios as we aired updates and information.&nbsp; Three days later she returned home.</P> Thu, 23 Aug 2012 13:17:42 +0000 Jill Roberts 15843 at http://wqcs.org Remembering Hurricane Andrew Vero mother and daughter weathered Hurricane Andrew in Miami hospital http://wqcs.org/post/vero-mother-and-daughter-weathered-hurricane-andrew-miami-hospital <p>Emily Gibbons, then 12, had&nbsp;heart surgery at Jackson Memorial Hospital two days before the storm struck, on Aug. 24, 1992.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Wed, 22 Aug 2012 16:12:58 +0000 Janie Gould 15793 at http://wqcs.org Miami charter boat captain remembers post-Andrew visit to Bahamas http://wqcs.org/post/miami-charter-boat-captain-remembers-post-andrew-visit-bahamas <p>Now of Stuart, Ralph Baker says lights and other aids to navigation in the Bahamas had been blown away by the storm.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Wed, 22 Aug 2012 16:02:52 +0000 Janie Gould 15792 at http://wqcs.org Hurricane Andrew still vivid to woman whose home was near epicenter http://wqcs.org/post/hurricane-andrew-still-vivid-woman-whose-home-was-near-epicenter <p>Now a Treasure Coast resident, Tanya Sockol has never forgotten what the storm did to her unborn baby's newly decorated nursery at her home in Florida City.</p> Wed, 22 Aug 2012 15:52:36 +0000 Janie Gould 15788 at http://wqcs.org Hurricane Andrew: Woman remembers what storm did to her baby's crib http://wqcs.org/post/hurricane-andrew-woman-remembers-what-storm-did-her-babys-crib <p>Tanya Sockol, now a St. Lucie County firefighter, had just finished decorating a nursery for her unborn daughter when Andrew struck South Florida, on Aug. 24, 1992.</p> Fri, 17 Aug 2012 18:44:03 +0000 Janie Gould 15579 at http://wqcs.org In Hurricane Andrew's wake: destruction everywhere, and silence http://wqcs.org/post/hurricane-andrews-wake-destruction-everywhere-and-silence <p>A Palm Beach Gardens architect who surveyed damage in Homestead&nbsp;after the storm&nbsp;says it resembled a landscape&nbsp;after&nbsp;nuclear war. The interview is the first in a series WQCS is airing&nbsp;in August. Andrew&#39;s&nbsp;20th anniversary&nbsp;is Aug. 24.</p><p></p> Wed, 08 Aug 2012 20:35:24 +0000 Janie Gould 15068 at http://wqcs.org