The Ross Harris hot car death trial will remain on hold Monday following a weekend which saw Hurricane Matthew tear through the Georgia coast.

Officials in Glynn County, where the trial is being held, will continue to monitor on a "day-by-day" basis before an decision is made for the trial to start back up, according to a release.

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The Glynn County Board of Commissioners called for a voluntary evacuation for St. Simons, Jekyll Island, Sea Island, and Little St. Simons Island, low lying areas, and mobile homes before the hurricane struck the coast last week.

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President Barack Obama declared a state of emergency for the Georgia coast, which allows the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide federal assistance.

The Georgia National Guard has activated 365 soldiers and airmen to support local efforts in facilitating security, traffic control and other storm-related needs.

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