This photo provided by Jacob Jordan shows Frying Pan Tower.
A North Carolina man and his fiancee are riding out Hurricane Matthew on top of the old Coast Guard light station more than 30 miles off the Atlantic coast.
on and off for 25 years, looks out from his front porch where he is one of the few residents who has decided to stay for now, watching the weather to see if it gets bad enough to warrant evacuating ahead of Hurricane Mathew.
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There will never again be a Hurricane Matthew or a Hurricane Otto.
Richard Neal is the owner of Frying Pan Tower, a platform that is about 100 or so feet above the ocean, only reachable by helicopter or boat.
The home of Charlie and Janice Long in Rockledge, Fla.
The removal also avoids confusion caused by a future storm having the same name.