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State Farm Mobile Center Readying to Roll Out of Albemarle County Office

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Jamie Beadle Jamie Beadle
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ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) -

Along with many other insurance companies, State Farm is also readying to respond to damage caused by Hurricane Florence.

A mobile catastrophe center was parked at the company's Albemarle County office Friday, September 14. The truck has a generator and satellite connectivity to work with printers and copiers.

State Farm won't be dispatched anywhere until the bulk of the storm has passed.

“We're still really evaluating. The storm is still going on and bringing severe impact to eastern North Carolina, but we don't know where this particular vehicle will be deployed until after the storm really has passed and we can fully assess the damage," said Jamie Beadle, catastrophe coordinator

The mobile center also has 12 work stations inside, and an additional eight outside.